Fusing Photo Paper - 10 Pack

$19.95 USD
Item# 8301
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Product Features

  • Use to easily turn any picture into a memorable piece of art
  • Transfer photographs, or any pre-printed design, onto your glass art
  • Memories will be preserved in glass in a gorgeous sepia tone
  • For best results use with a cream color glass
  • High quality water-slide fusing photo paper. Ten 8-1/2" x 11" sheets.

Product Description

Easily Turn Any Picture into A Memorable Piece of Art
Customize your glass art with this high quality water-slide fusing photo paper. You can easily transfer photographs, or any pre-printed design, onto your glass art and your memories will forever be preserved in glass in a gorgeous sepia tone. Pack contains ten 8-1/2" x 11" sheets.

Delphi Technical Tips:

  • Paper only works with black and white laser printers with an iron oxide based toner.
  • Heat up your printer first by running 6 or 7 test prints on regular paper.
  • Use on light colored glass for better contrast.
Shown are the simple steps of selecting an image, printing on the fusible photo paper, and the finished project after the design was transferred to glass and fired. Note: Most all-in-one printer models do not use a compatible toner, a single function laser printer usually produces best results. Be sure to research the type of toner used to find a model that will produce quality images in your glass art.

Lisa Parks created the keepsakes below from a cherished photograph. Cat tile and ultrasound announcement created by Roy Kapp. Santa project created by artist Mandy Weatherston. From Delphi’s Online Artist Gallery. Plate created by Val Oswalt-De Waard. Photo collage plate by artist Kylie Brown.

Find project ideas with detailed step-by-step instruction, FAQ’s and list of compatible printers in "Fusing Images on Glass 2nd Edition" book #6009.

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  •   Works if your have the right printer
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Pros : Easy to use
Cons : Only works if your laser printer ink contains iron oxide
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  •   Photo Transfer paper
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Pros : This is a most amazing material!!! My students in my Sculpture and Glassworks Classes at a high School love it!!! There are endless possibilities for it use in multiple ways. I am using in my own work combining Sand cast glass objects, tols, cameras, etc. with framed transferred photos on Opal colored plate glass. My students have create some fine sculptures with imagery permanently fired on the glass plate, along with other mixed media elements.
Cons : NO
Other Thoughts : Not a real con, but the easiest way to determine if your printer has high iron ink is the request the MSDS sheet from the manufacturer, that saves time and material.
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Pros : Produces nice images on glass.
Cons : It would be nice to have firing instructions with the paper.
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