Glue Chip Value Glass Pack

Price $59.95
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Your Price: $43.95 USD   (27% Off)
Item# 8039
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  • Fabulous for projects where visual distortion is desired
  • Good for stained glass projects
  • 8 large pieces, 12" x 12" each

Product Description

Frosty's Favorite Pack!
Create with our most popular clear background glass. Also know as "Jack Frost" glass because its surface texture is similar to frost on a windowpane. It's great for backgrounds and other small project and looks wonderful with bevels! Pack contains 8 pieces, 12" x 12" each. Good for stained glass projects.

Glass pieces are marked with item numbers for easy reordering. Pricing includes boxing charge. Photo is one example; actual glass may vary. Sizes are approximate.

Project from "Windows of Elegance" book #6356. Created with Waterbury Bevel Cluster #MB10. Flower panel project from "Kitchen: Cabinets, Windows & Tile" book #6200.

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  •   Quality Glue Chip Pack
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Pros : Beautiful glass, easy to cut. Just what I wanted!
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  •   Good quality
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Pros : Nice quality glass. I’ve always had a hard time cutting glue chip, but for some reason, not this.
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  •   Great frosty / organic pattern
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May 14, 2012
To celebrate the end of the year for Boy Scout Den 41 in Tampa, Florida, the kids had a Mosaic in the Park party. Using stained glass chips nipped into triangles, each boy made a mosaic picture frame for his mom for Mothers Day. The boys wrote personal messages to their mothers on the back of the frames. Their troop leader grouted the frames, and each child had a hand-made mosaic project for Mothers Day. The kids loved making them, and the moms loved the frames. This is a very easy project. It requires no glass cutting by the kids, and no previous mosaic experience. Time saving tips 1. Draw a border around the edges of the frame and instruct the children not to go past the line - this allows room for grouting the edge. 2. Nip chips into triangles, and nip 1/2 of those triangles into smaller triangles.
May 10, 2010
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