Sugar Skull Color Enamel Decals

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Product Features

  • Full color decals are permanent when fired
  • Add detail to your art
  • Works with any COE


Product Description

Add Colorful Images to Glass
For the price of paper stickers, you can add permanent, colorful detail to your fused designs. Use expressive high-fire decals to make incredible glass art. It's easy! Simply remove decal from backing, apply to the glass and fire to permanently fuse designs onto glass surface. Fuse Art Decals cannot be torn, scuffed, wrinkled or soaked off the glass surface once fired. Lead-free. Decal sheet measures 3-3/4" x 5-1/4" and features 12 skulls measuring 1" x 1-1/4" each.

High fire decals cure between 1350° - 1480° F

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Pros : so fun for Day of the dead items. can also dress up the bottle mold piece of sugar skull.
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Other Thoughts : also cool pendants.
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