Creative Images Color Slide

$18.95 USD
Item# 8303
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  • Print your own color images for your next art project
  • Bake at 376° F to secure design to glass
  • Includes 10 sheets, 8-1/2" x 11" each
  • Includes instructions


Product Description

Favorite color photographs or works of art can become part of your next masterpieces!
Imagine adding color designs to your stained glass, mosaic or ceramic projects. Use pictures from clip art, the Internet, photos, even your children's artwork. Simply print your design from a color laser printer or *color copier. Then soak in water, slide onto glass and bake at 376 degrees Fahrenheit to secure your design.

10 sheets, 8-1/2" x 11" each. Includes step-by-step instructions. To view, click on "View User Manual".

For instructions, click the link below.

How to use Creative Images Color Slide

Cardinals panel by artist Karina Foster. Turkey panel by artist Julie Haan.  Basket of Flowers panel was made by artist Kayleigh Clark using Creative Images Color Slide and basket cluster #443243. "J" necklace by artist Julie Haan. Bottle project and holiday panel by artist Kayleigh Clark. Stained glass box by artist Steena Gaut.

Delphi Tip: Print your color slide design on white glass for colors that stay bright. 

*Note: Works with color copiers, including commercial models. Not compatible with inks from "All-in-One" style Inkjet copier/printers.

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Pros : they are easy to use if printed properly
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Other Thoughts : these have to be used with a laser printer. I have used them on enamel and sealed with resin.
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Pros : easy to work with, decals come off paper as described. I ensured the crispest images possible by using digital images all copied to a standard Word document, then printed directly from this doc.
Cons : I found I had to use white glass, as the white in the pictures came off the decal paper as clear - ie no white transferred. Dark glass - the decal disappeared. If you use white glass, the colors are true.
Other Thoughts : wasted the first sheet as it sort of melted in the laser printer, second sheet was perfect.
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Pros : Great Idea
Cons : Instructions say there is a film to be pulled off, there is only tissue. The photo copied very weakly, i.e., pastels instead of strong colors. The Copier ink just melted away when put in water, so I could not bake.
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