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Materials/Equipment: Small Pieces of Colored and Clear Fusible Glass (Delphi Tip: make your cabochon sparkle and use Dichroic glass ) Thin-Fire Shelf Paper #7405 Kiln #HB120 or #67401 Safety Glasses #5163 Glass Cutter and Breaking Pliers #5108 and #5068 or Mosaic Nippers #2039 PMC+ Silver Clay #67002 PMC+ Silver Paste #67003 Plus basic Jewelry Clay Tools or the Jewelry Clay Starter Kit #1041 Optional: 3 lb. Polisher/Tumbler #67010 and 2.5 lb. Stainless Steel Shot Mix #67501 Directions: 1. While wearing safety glasses, score glass with the glass cutter and break using breaking pliers, or use mosaic nippers to cut off small pieces of glass. 2. Cut a piece of thin-fire shelf paper to fit your kiln shelf. 3. Working on the shelf-paper (on the
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7" Stainless Steel Draping Cylinder - An extremely durable mold, the stainless steel will last you practically forever. One of the benefits of this mold is you can get a nice looking vase without a lot of work. With heat and gravity you will get some exciting folds in the glass. It’s great for making special gifts like vases and candle shelters.