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Bugs Life Millefiori Assortment - 96 COE by Glacial Art Glass

$23.95 USD
Item# X94680
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Product Features

  • Millefiori dress up any glass project - use them for fusing, flameworking, even mosaics
  • Made from premium System 96™ glass
  • Assortment includes 4 fun garden bug designs
  • 1/2 oz pack - 96 COE


Product Description

exclusive Millefiori Glass - Great for so Many Projects
Add a touch of spring to any project! Use these small design slices to add detail to fusing, flameworking and micro mosaic projects. Assortment contains transparent millefiori with opal designs in a variety of vibrant colors. Made from premium fusible glass.  1/2 oz. pack. 96 COE. A Delphi Exclusive!

Assortment Includes:

  • Butterfly Millefiori
  • Ladybug Millefiori
  • Bumble Bee Millefiori

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Pros : They melt in well, they keep visibility of details in design.
Cons : Have not had any con to write about these.
Other Thoughts : MORE, and cheaper (as always, cheaper lol)
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