Glass Accents Favorites Gold Decal

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Product Features

  • Add a touch of elegance with gold accents
  • All of your favorites on one sheet
  • Works with any COE

Product Description

Fire the elegance of real gold directly onto your glass creations
Rich 22k gold decals in intricate designs are the perfect embellishments for your project. 4" x 4" sheet contains a selection of favorite designs from our other decal selections. Cut out individual images for jewelry, fused glass projects and even ceramics. Includes approximately 40 images with nature, religious, and decorative themes. Individual decals measure 3/8" to 3/4".

The easy, low fire formulation matures to a lustrous gold finish. Must be fired on top of glass. Detailed instructions are included. Shown fired on black glass. 

High fire decals mature between 1250° and 1425° F 
 
Step-by-Step: Embellish With Decals
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1. Cut glass for cabochon. Full fuse.
2. Cut out decal and soak in water. Once decal separates from paper, place on glass. Fuse.
3. Adhere cabochon to pendant plate with Triolyse Adhesive. String on necklace. Wear or give as an unforgetable gift!

Project shown below was created by glass artists Melanie Churchill and Karina Foster using butterfly decals from Sampler Decal #40429 and the Kingston Plate Mold #81025. 
 

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