Delphi Trees Black Enamel Decals

$9.95 USD
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Product Features

  • Add detail and dimension to your fused glass projects with Delphi Decals
  • Made from finely ground glass - color stays bold and true
  • Decals measure approximately 1 1/4" x 1 1/2" each
  • Sold in a 3 pack

Product Description

Create unique fused glass art with Delphi's Assorted Trees Black Enamel Decals. These premium waterslide decals are created using extremely fine glass powder, so the color is always rich and true. Because these decals are made from glass, they fire right into any kind of glass work creating a stunning permanent finish that won't scratch or fade. Simply soak decals in water and slide decal off backing paper. Apply the decal directly onto your glass project and soak up any excess water with a paper towel or any other gentle absorbent cloth. For optimum result fire at a low range of 1050° - 1150° F.

Designs measure approximately 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" - sold in a pack of 3. Instructions included.


  1. Remove waxed paper sheet, and discard.
  2. Soak decal in water until it begins separating from the paper backing.
  3. Carefully remove decal from water and slide onto your glass project.
  4. Gently remove all air bubbles and excess moisture from the decal with a soft cloth.
  5. Let the decals dry overnight to ensure all moisture has evaporated before firing.
  6. Place project in kiln and fire.
  7. Low-Fire decals mature between 1050°F - 1150°F.

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