3/4" White Iridized Stained Glass Chips - 48 Pieces

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  • Save time - no glass cutting needed to make incredible mosaics
  • Rainbow iridescent finish will add shine to your designs
  • 3/4" Square glass chips can be easily nipped for custom shapes
  • Contains approximately 48 pieces

Product Description

3/4" square chips can be easily nipped to create shapes and background pieces. Iridized glass chips will add an extra shine to your mosaic designs with a beautiful reflective rainbow coating. This fantastic pack is perfect for quick weekend projects.

Contains approximately 48 pieces.

Projects shown courtesy of Diamond Tech.

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