Bubble Paint All 14 Glass Colors Mini Sample Set

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Fusible Glass Bubble Paints in a SAMPLE SET of 14 Colors with Medium incluled!

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Bubble Paint All 14 Glass Colors Sample Set & Medium
An exclusive GoFusing, A Sanborn Corporation product!

Bubble Paint Use:  

  • Ramp up and Full Fuse, no need to slow fire with hold times!
  • Fuse using any COE of glass! Bubble Paint Kit!
  • Colors are not offered anywhere else!  Soft Pastels and Vibrate color selection
  • Fired between layers of glass

Glass Bubble Paint SAMPLE KIT includes 1/4 ounce samples:

5 - Premium Colors: Pink, Purple (fires to a Lavender), Orange, Pumpkin & Red. 
9 - Standard Colors: Blue Green, Royal Blue, Dark Blue & Light Blue, Grape, White, Yellow, Green and Light Green.
1 - 4 oz Bubble Paint Medium

Fired colors fire differently from the original powdered colors and can be mixed to create other colors. 

Bubble Glass Paint Medium is used to mix with powder to create different transparencies, hold designs in place or create a paint form for more control.

Each bag contains 1/4 ounce (7 grams) of powdered paint in a Bio-Degradable zip enclosure bag 
Long shelf life and light for shipping and storing.

APPLICATION: For use between the glass layers and best fired to a fast full fuse using COE 90 & COE 96 glass.

Mix the Bubble Glass Paint Medium with the bubble paint powders to apply bubble paints for more exact color density or placement desired on the glass before capping with a clear glass. To create a translucent watercolor effect apply a liberal coat of the medium on the base glass and lightly sprinkle the bubble paint over it before capping it with a clear glass. To create different levels of bubble effects try altering amounts of medium on the glass and sifted bubble paints. 

Best Results: Fire to a full fuse of at least 1440º F or cone 015-016 in a ceramic or a glass kiln but also works at slump or polish-fired temperatures. Fast or Quick Fires produce the most consistent bubble results.