Cobblestone Lights Glass Gems - 1 Lb

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  • Smooth edges!
  • Fun assortment of pink, yellow, light blue, beige and white solids and spakles.
  • Approximately 3/16" thick. 1 lb.
  • Good for indoor and outdoor projects.
  • Pastel colors beneath clear glass add depth to your mosaic project.

Product Description

Get Creative with Color
Add depth to your next project with Cobblestones. Soft, pastel radiant color lies beneath crystal clear glass. Featuring smooth edges and rounded shapes them easy to work with at any age. Perfect for indoor and outdoor projects. Package contains a mix of irregularly shaped Cobblesones in solid, and glitter in light pink, beige, light blue, light green and white. 1 lb. Cobblestones measure approximately 1/4" to 3/4" and are 4mm (approximately 3/16") thick. 

Coasters and picture frame courtesy of Diamond Tech.

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Pros : Beautifully finished glass gems that work beautifully in mosaics and glass collages. Unlike acrylic gems which may disappear under resin, these glass gems maintain their solidy.
Cons : No cons.
Other Thoughts : I really enjoy using these in my compositions because i can count on consistent color and color that goes all the way through. Also no sharp edges. Everything is nice and smooth.
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