Ultimate Stained Glass Mosaic Starter Kit

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Item# 7300
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Product Features

  • The ultimate beginner's package - includes everything you need to get started!
  • Filled with the supplies Delphi artists and instructors recommend
  • Create custom mirrors, trivets, planters and more


Product Description

exclusive Create Glass Tile Mosaics
Get started in mosaics with the "ultimate" in artistic freedom and creativity with this super value, super convenient kit. It includes some of our favorite mosaic supplies, chosen by Delphi's mosaic instructors to ensure your fun and success on your very first mosaic project. A Delphi Exclusive

Kit Includes:

  • "Guide to Mosaic Techniques" book
  • Premium glass pack - 8 pieces, 6" x 6" each
  • Pistol grip cutter
  • Running pliers
  • Wheeled glass nippers
  • Grout - 2 lbs
  • Mosaic glue - 5.4 oz
  • Mosaic Elements Kit
  • Disposable gloves - 5 pairs
  • Dust mask
May Night flower panel by artist Michele Labovitz. Poppy project by artist Melanie Churchill.

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Pros : This is a great gift for someone who wants to try mosaics.There are enough tiles and supplies to last a few projects, especially small ones. The kit allows a person to try his/her hand at mosaics without putting out a huge investment.
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Other Thoughts : I gave this to my daughter as a present because she liked the mosaics I made. She completed a few projects using the materials and still has supplies left.
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