Foto decals

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  • #9123
    Anonymous
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    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 :) ??

    Sincerely

    Signe from Denmark

    #11375
    stonethatflows
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    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 Glass

    #11376
    Anonymous
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    #11377
    maryt
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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.

    Mary T

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