Glassline Bubble Pen Assortment

$184.95 USD
Item# 79422
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  • Add colorful bubbles to your project
  • Assorted tips for design flexibility
  • Compatible with 90 and 96 COE glass


Product Description

Achieve an Incredible Variety of Colored Bubble Effects
Easily add colored bubble detail to your fused glass art. Get creative with a rainbow of colors! Includes 14 colors, each 2 oz., plus a tip set (3 tip sizes: bold, medium and fine). See features tab at right for a list of individual colors included. Compatible with both 90 COE and System 96 glass. Lead free and food safe.
 

 Colors Include:  
 Ginger Ale  Charcoal
 Cotton Candy  Tangerine
 Garnet  Wild Plum
 Mahogany  Daffodil
 Lime  Spruce
 Robins Egg  Teal Green
 Cobalt Blue  Deep Blue




Click "View User Manual" at right for additional information and helpful tips. The first image included shows swatches of Bubble Pen colors. Sgraffito technique tile courtesy of Glassline. Fish tile below by artist Kayleigh Clark.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Nice addition to the studio
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Pros : Fuses nicely, great colors. Smoother than liquid stringer.
Cons : Although they give you tiny tips, detail is difficult. Difficult to mix and get proper consistency if they are not used frequently.
Other Thoughts : Has a matte finish if used on top. Shrinks as it dries so use a thin coating or it dimples. Get additional tips to avoid continuous switching. Manipulate with a paintbrush for additional effects.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Pain in the Tail! Not as Fun as I thought!
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Pros : Tips are tiny tiny and got mix super super super hard over and over again to get mix going. If you don't, water will get out & it makes a mess. Make a template of clear on clear so you can see how they look thin, thick, chunky, water, full, etc... Sometimes difficult to find consistency in more ways than one! Also Pain that you only have 3 tips so if you want to bounce between colors and only want to use small tip you gotta keep cleaning it out and that is a pain in the biscuits!!!
Cons : See above. I have to admit very disappointed on this product.
Other Thoughts : Look for other options for this effect/detail.
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