Fuseworks Mixed Confetti - 90 COE

$7.95 USD
Item# 427844
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Product Description

Fun And Easy Fusing With Confetti!
Add bright bursts of color and random shapes with these paper-thin shards of glass. Confetti can be layered to create custom shapes, patterns and colors when fused. This craft-quality fusible glass is good for beginners and offers an economical option to get started in fusing. 2 oz tube. 90 COE.

Beginners can fuse glass in minutes with the Fuseworks Microwave Kiln.

Bottle stopper project by artist Melanie Churchill. Chick hatching project image courtesy of Diamond Tech. Fall bowl by artist Michelle Placer.

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  •   Won't order this again
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Cons : This confetti was mostly broken into tiny pieces by the time it was shipped to me. Not much could be used.
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  •   perfect addition to glass
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Pros : Beautiful colors, so thin no glue was required and it really dressed up a plain dish
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  •   Mixed Confetti
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Pros : Has many colors.
Cons : There is not enough of one color to do much - even after purchasing two packs. I believe it broke up in shipping, because the size is of frit and not confetti. Don't bother with this unless you see it first.
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