Teal Owl Fusible Pre-Cut - 96 COE

$10.95 USD
Item# X30348
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  • Create quick and easy projects with fusible pre-cuts
  • Waterjet cut for precise shapes and smooth edges
  • 11 pieces; measures approximately 3-1/2" x 2-1/2"
  • 96 COE


Product Description

Create hoot-tacular projects with this fabulous fusible precut. Each piece is water-jet cut for smooth edges and uniform shape. Precut glass shapes make it easy to create fused and mosaic art quickly and easily. Create custom ornaments or use to adorn larger projects. 11 pieces; measures approximately 3-1/2" tall and 2-1/2" wide. 96 COE.

First owl ornament by artist Jennifer Bonesteel, "Owl Always Love You" owl by artist Cere Carrington, "Everett" owl by artist Cassie Duff. Mosaic project by artist Donna Wheeler, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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  •   One of my favourites
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Pros : Just take it out of the package and hey presto! you have a beautiful fun piece to share or sell
Cons : Wish it came in different colours.... the teal is lovely for little girls, I did find a brown one on line that I did for a little boy!!!
Other Thoughts : Could they offer the owls in different colours...???
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Pros : Love that they are all cut out. Made forest plates for our school auction, they were a hit.
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