Bullseye Confetti Mini Mix - 90 COE

$59.95 USD
Item# B8419
Availability: Expected to be available June 29, 2022. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Confetti is paper-thin glass shards for fusing effects
  • Made from premium Bullseye Glass 90 COE

Product Description

A Burst of Color!
Paper-thin shards of confetti in a random assortment of colors, sizes and shapes make creating fun. Sprinkle the multi-color assortment on for a colorful background, or apply pieces individually for detailed, shaded shapes and designs. The Mini Mix is an 8 ounce jar of assorted colors of confetti, made from premium Bullseye Glass. 90 COE.

Fall bowl by artist Michelle Placer. Halloween plate by artist Erica Hampton.

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2 out of 5 stars
  •   Terrible selection
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Pros :
Cons : Pieces are too small most ground up and less than a 1/4". The colors are dark and murky with very little variety. Save your money.
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  •   Bullseye Confetti Mini Mix
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Pros : I have a lot of fracture - streamer collage glass, when using small pieces, for wind chimes, etc. I use the confetti to balance the colors in all pieces - it's wonderful.
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Other Thoughts : It has colors in all of the different Bullseye patterns - very economical way to use even the smallest pieces effectively.
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