- August 1, 2009 at 3:48 pm #9123AnonymousInactive
WhiteLakeGlass write under the piece, she have in Gallery, about it.
It is a foto, of a stained glass vindow, she had a foto decal made from, and fused in this piece
I can’t find anybody or anything here i Denmark, to make a similar foto decal, so bright colors
Can anybody tell me, where to get the paper or get name of the place, where this foto decal is made ??
Signe from DenmarkAugust 9, 2009 at 10:50 pm #11375stonethatflowsParticipant
HI Signe, I have used a printable paper for fusing from Delphi Glass (online) which is called Fusing Photo Paper (about 16.95 US for 10 sheets).
You have to use a black ‘ink’ only laser printer that has a high concentration of Iron in it’s toner. There are lists of many
brands of printers. I purchased mine used online for less than 100.00 with shipping. You print the Photo & can paint it with glass enamels
so it will be colorful after firing.
A new product is available called ‘Creative Images Color Slide’, which you print on a color laser printer OR a color Copy machine
which you apply to your prefired glass, then oven bake at 376 degrees F for 15 minutes. The material it is made of is not unlike Pebeo
Paints that I’ve used at times.
All is available in the US online – I’m hoping you can find it in Europe to avoid shipping charges.
Hope this helps, Barb
I have a Lifelong Passion For GlassOctober 17, 2009 at 11:06 am #11376AnonymousGuest
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Go to ipsart.com In Plain Sight Art
They do a great job of printing up decals that can be fused into glass. The color range is somewhat limited, but black and white, sepia, and blue/green/yellows seem to come out beautifully.
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