How to Use Jennifer's Mosaics Tile Nippers

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Published: March 30, 2011
Learn how to use Jennifer's Mosaics Tile Nippers to cut tiles of all kinds into square, round and random shapes. Learn how to angle the nippers to achieve a particular cut, and tips for cutting marble tile and other more challenging tile types.
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    Cutting Circles Using Circle Cutters #FacebookLive

    In this video Roy and Val will show you a few of our favorite circle cutters and how they work. Shop all of our circle cutters on our website.

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    NEW Oceanside Fusers Reserve Aventurine Green and White OpalArt - 96 COE

    How amazing is this limited edition Fusers Reserve Aventurine Green and White OpalArt from Oceanside Glass & Tile! Video courtesy of Oceanside Glass & Tile.

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    Delphi Glass Tour #FacebookLive

    Take a behind the scenes look with Roy and Val as they take you around and give you exclusive access and see behind the doors of Delphi. #FacebookLive #BTS

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    Q&A with Roy and Val #FacebookLive

    We answered your questions you submitted.

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    The Sounds of Creativity

    We're Delphi Glass and this is music to our ears!

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    Take a Class with Delphi Glass

    Learn a new technique, make new friends and stretch your creativity!

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    Break Lines Help Create Movement and Stability

    Roy and Val talk about break lines and how not only do they add stability to your panel but how they can also help create movement. Learn how to edit and create your own patterns.

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    Start A New Hobby

    We're Delphi Glass and we are here to help you get started!

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    Oceanside Gradient Glass Packs #Reel

    Looking for a quick way to stock up your studio? Gradient packs are perfect to add your favorite hues to your glass collection. Each pack contains 6 pieces each 6” square. Ideal for doing stained glass, fusing or mosaics! #DelphiExclusive #GlassPacks #Fusing #StainedGlass #Mosaic #Gradient #BeCreative

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    Etching #FacebookLive

    Roy and Val show you how to etch a variety of projects; drinking glasses, mirror, a bevel, box lid and dichroic jewelry.

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    Pulling Vitrigraph #FacebookLive

    Learn how to pull vitrigraph with Roy and Val. See how they fill the flower pot, learn best glass practices and see it in molten action.

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    Unboxing The Grinder

    Not sure what grinder to purchase? Unbox The Grinder with us and see all it has to offer. Like what you see? Link to our website

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    Learn All About Bandsaws and Ring Saws #FacebookLive

    Roy and Val will show you a few of the bandsaws and ring saws we carry. They'll show you how they work and talk about what makes them unique.

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    Visual Glossary of Glass Terms #Reel

    There are so many types of glass and words that describe them. Not sure what they all mean? We're going to break it down with our visual glossary of glass terms. Glossary of Glass Terms Architectural Glass Produced in large sheets and characterized by consistent color (often clear) and texture, architectural glass is ideal for large installations. Art Glass Created by hand ladling and mixing molten glass, each piece is unique and may vary considerably throughout a sheet, and from one sheet to the next. Aventurine Metallic looking chips of mica create a sparkling, "glittery" looking glass. Cathedral/Transparent The terms cathedral and transparent are used interchangeably. Available in a wide variety of colors and textures, it is glass that you can see through and allows complete light transmission. Double Rolled A smooth glass with very little texture, double rolled glass is created by using a double set of rollers during production. Fracture-Streamers Paper-thin shards and curving glass threads on clear or white background. Chopstix Made of random pieces of straight stringers that are scattered over a clear background creating a bold, graphical glass. Glue Chip A cathedral glass with a surface pattern created by glue that is applied to the surface during the manufacturing process, it is often described as "Jack Frost" or "Fern Glass" and used extensively as a background glass. Mardi Gras Festive glass that combines frit (rock-salt sized glass granules) and streamers (threads of glass) on a clear background. Mottled Translucent glass with opaque spots of color, mottled glass can contain one or more colors per sheet, and is well suited to organic imagery. Opal/Opalescent The terms opal and opalescent are used interchangeably, and are used to describe glass that can range from completely opaque (glass you cannot see through) to semi-opaque. Opalescent glass may be a single color, or contain multiple colors. Rolled Edges Also referred to as "ends", rolled edges are the irregular, slightly thicker edges of a sheet of art glass. Semi-Antique/Antique and Restoration These terms are used to describe glass presenting characteristics of old glass, especially mouth-blown glass sheets. Glass features slight textures, ranging from seeds (tiny air bubbles), to linear striations. Stipple Stipple glass captures the waxy, ice-like look of the authentic Tiffany style. It uses crystalline to disperse light, allowing color to come through the glass unaltered by the opal. Streaky Contains two or more colors that are swirled together, creating streaks of color, streaky glass can range from transparent to opaque. Wispy A clear or cathedral glass containing wisps of white glass like thin cloud trails. Translucent Often referred to as "milky", translucent glass allows some light transmission, and is a popular selection for lamps and windows when some privacy is desired. Note: Translucency refers to the degree of light transmission, as affected by the proportion of opal, white or color, in the glass. Actual light transmission is also related to the color intensity and texture of the glass. #ArtGlass #ArchitecturalGlass #Aventurine #Cathedral #Chopstix #Transparent #DoubleRolled #FractureSteamer #GlueChip #MardiGras #Mottled #Opal #Opalescent #RolledEdges #SemiAntique #Antique #Restoration #Stipple #Streaky #Wispy #Translucent

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    Glass Strikers #Reel

    Strikers - what they are and what that means for your glass. #FusedGlass #KilnformedGlass #Striker #GlassArt #BeCreative

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    Flameworking Basics #FacebookLive

    We are lighting up the torch! Roy and Val are talking about flameworking basics. Review the tools and supplies needed to get started. Watch Val create a bead using both a hot head torch as well as a Carlisle Hellcat Table Top Torch.

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    Repairing Stained Glass Foil Panels #FacebookLive

    In this Facebook Live video Roy and Val will show you how they repair stained glass foil panels. You will see how to fix both interior and exterior pieces.

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    Wispy Bevel Cluster Comes To Life #Reel

    Watch this bevel cluster come to life! Created With: ??Wispy Bevel Cluster #13065 - Only While Supplies Last ??Oceanside Teal Green Transparent Waterglass #X5232W ??Oceanside Clear Iridized Granite #XI100G #ProductToProject #CustomPanel #StainedGlass #AnnualBevelSale #Bevels #StainedGlass #GlassArtists #DailyInspiration #BeCreative

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    Raking with Roy and Val #FacebookLive

    Roy and Val show you the exciting technique of raking! See how they comb designs in glass when the temperature is approximately 1650 - 1750 degrees Fahrenheit.

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    Tiffany Lamp Method #FacebookLive

    In this Facebook Live video Roy and Val show you how to use lamp forms, talk about glass selection as well as the creating process. Link to supplies.

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