Frog On Lily Pad Premium Pre-Cut Kit

$28.95 USD
Item# 30339
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  • Short on Time? Use pre-cuts for fun projects fast!
  • Perfect for stained glass and mosaics - includes pattern!
  • Measures approximately 6-1/4" wide by 5" tall - 13 pieces


Product Description

Create a fun project fast with Premium Pre-Cuts!
Short on time? Create a lovely project quickly and easily with our Premium Pre-Cut Sets! Leap into summer with this fun Frog on Lily Pad. Features several shades of green, sure to make anyone green with envy. Perfect for either mosaic or stained glass projects. 13 pieces - includes pattern. Packaged to prevent breaking during shipping. Measures 6-1/4" wide x 5" high.

Perfect for a Beautiful Stepping Stone
Use glass pieces and the cement method to quickly make stepping stones, or glue and grout onto flat surfaces, like old tables, to easily make other mosaic projects.

Quick and Easy Stained Glass Panel
This pre-cut can also be incorporated into larger stained glass projects. You may need to grind the edges of the pre-cut pieces for a perfect fit.

Mosaic mirror project by artist Lexan Cranfill.

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Pros : A great addition to your/friends flower garden . Can be foiled and soldered together also.
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Other Thoughts : Put this pre cut with the scroll garden stake on a single 4 1/4” piece of background glass for a great gift..
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