Basic Glacial or Tropical Glassline Lining & Shading Kit 14 Colors + Tip Set
Basic Glacial or Tropical Glassline Lining & Shading Kit 14 Colors + Tip Set
Basic Glacial or Tropical Glassline Lining & Shading Kit 14 Colors + Tip Set

Basic Glacial or Tropical Glassline Lining & Shading Kit 14 Colors + Tip Set

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Each of these kits contains 14 bottles of Glassline shading and lining material and a tip set. These are a great deal and the easiest way to have a big library of colors without breaking the bank.

GA15 - BASIC COLOR PEN KIT: The Glassline Pens Basic Color Kit comes with the fourteen standard colors, White, Black, Grey, Dark Blue, Turquoise, Light Green, Dark Green, Yellow, Orange, Brown, Pink, Crimson, Purple, and a tip set. Comes in fourteen 2-oz bottles.

GA33 - TROPICAL COLOR PEN KIT: The The Glassline Pens Tropical Color Kit comes with the fourteen standard colors, White, Black, Yellow, Marigold, Orange, Red Orange, Deep Red, Terracotta, Brown, Camel, Sesame, Ivory, Pink, Crimson, and a tip set. Comes in fourteen 2-oz bottles.

GA34 - GLACIAL COLOR PEN KIT: The Glassline Pens Glacial Color Kit comes with the fourteen standard colors, White, Black, Grey, Carbon Blue, Dark Blue, Periwinkle, Turquoise, Light Green, Kelly Green, Dark Green, Teal, Lavender, Amethyst, Purple, and a tip set. Comes in fourteen 2-oz bottles.

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The Glassline colors can be applied between multiple layers of glass or on the top surface for a complex dimensional look. Glassline Pen colors are compatible with most types of glass from float to 90 COE and System 96. For best results "tack fuse" individual sheets of glass before stacking your full fuse. Glassline colors are best fired to 1500 degrees F, but may be fired lower or higher depending upon desired results. Glassline Paints are available in more than twenty vibrant standard colors and metallic colors. Glassline products are lead-free and food safe when fired. Glassline colors may also be sprayed or airbrushed to achieve subtle shading variations on glass.