Heart Fusible Pre-Cut Assortment 6 Pack - 90 COE

$18.95 USD
Item# 30308
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Product Features

  • Short on time? Use pre-cuts for a quick project!
  • Waterjet cut for precise shapes and smooth edges
  • Sold in a 6 pack
  • 90 COE


Product Description

Add Some Love to Your Next Project
Pre-cut hearts make fabulous fused and mosaic art. Cut on a water saw for tight lines and precision detail. Sold in packs of 6. Large hearts measure 2" and small hearts measure 1-1/4". 90 COE.


Note: Pre-cuts include striker glass. Glass color matures upon firing. See additional images.

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Pros : I had some molds and used to try to get nice hearts - with mixed results. I like buying these because they are thinner than the mold ones and they keep their perfect shapes in a tack fuse. They may cost more, but I lost a lot of glass in the imperfect mold process.
Cons : Limited in color options, blue would be a nice addition. Would love to see dichroic and iridescent.
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