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Free Spirit Flakes Project Guide


  • Use as suncatchers, ornaments or make custom windchimes
  • A great project for beginners and professinoals alike
  • Guide includes step-by-step instructions
  • A great idea for a hand-crafted gift

Create Spirit Flakes to be used as suncatchers, ornaments, or chimes. This project involves cutting simple straight lines and features System 96 Spirit Glass. A great novice project, download the free step-by-step instructions and start creating your own glass spirit flakes today!

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Pros : This is an excellent little gift, and easy to construct. All glass cuts are straight lines. I made about 20 of them for Christmas last year.
Cons : The finished project is very fragile. A slightly larger center helps fix that problem.
Other Thoughts : I put a piece of dichroic glass in the center for some added sparkle, and I used cathedral glass for some of mine.
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Create Spirit Flakes to be used as suncatchers, ornaments, or chimes. This project involves cutting simple straight lines and features System 96 Spirit Glass. A great novice project, download the free step-by-step instructions and start creating your own glass spirit flakes today. Download Spirit Flakes Project Guide Viewing these downloadable file requires the use of the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have the free Adobe Acrobat Reader on your system, you may download it from the Adobe web site.