Oceanside Sky's The Limit Glass Pack - 96 COE

$79.95 USD
Item# X5873
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  • Fantastic colors perfect for skies and more
  • Good for stained glass, mosaics and fusing
  • 8 pieces, 8" x 8" each
  • 96 COE

Product Description

Choose from this bevy of blues, and you'll feel sky-high and on cloud nine. Contains 8 pieces, 8" x 8" each. Good for stained glass, mosaics and fusing. Subtle textures will be lost if fused. 96 COE.

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.

Windmill scene by artist Kristi McKinley, of KM Glass Creations. Two tone fused bowl by artist Jenny Kupermann. Fused lamp by artist Colleen Seeds. Blue bowl by artist Emily Duffin. "True to Blue" stained glass panel and bull with flowers mosaic by artist Anne Marie Price. Blue Heron by artist Doris Colson. Carousel Horse by artist Connie Matusoff. Bubbles panel by artist Peggy Holland. All from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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Pros : I have a nice variety of blues cut perfectly into squares.
Cons : One sheet was clear with very little white.
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