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Video Demo: Glastar Glas-Snapper™ - Break off thin glass strips easily!

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Glastar Glas-Snapper Video StillMeryl demos one of our new products, the Glas-Snapper™ Running Pliers. Cutting thin glass strips can be difficult and if you don't have the right tools, costly...

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VIDEO: How to Clean Your Casting and Slumping Molds

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We shot a quick video showing you how to clean kiln wash off your casting and slumping molds for a smooth, fresh surface!

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FAQ: Can I open a wholesale account?

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We strive to give you the very best deals we can! So read on... You know we sell Bullseye Glass and Bullseye Glass Supplies at 30% off retail every day with no minimums! Compare that to Bullseye who offers 30% when you spend $600.  When you spend $600 with us, we offer 40% off retail! No wholesale account, reseller paperwork, or Tax ID necessary.  We understand that Bullseye offers 50% off retail when you spend $1200, but their shipping charges are so high, that it will certainly decrease your discount. Our shipping prices are much more reasonable. Therefore, our 40%...

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We're in the News!

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Warren studio spreads the joy of glass fusingOur local newspaper, the Echoes-Sentinel, did a front-page piece on Meryl and our studio! Here's a quick excerpt:

"You can be a good artist and be successful in glass fusing, you can be a good technician and be successful in glass fusing, or you just have to enjoy what you’re doing as you’re doing it and it can still come out great."

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How To Successfully Freeze 'n Fuse: A Tutorial

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Freeze n' Fuse Candle Holders

Freeze n' Fuze is a relatively easy way of creating detailed elements for your fused glass pieces.

After you fuse these 3-D pieces, you can fire them flat onto plates, platters, bowls or anything else. I have molds with lovely flourishes. They make gorgeous borders and you end up with detail you couldn't otherwise obtain in glass! You can also tack fuse them onto pre-fired glass or use them for making jewelry or magnets. Read on for a fullly detailed tutorial including firing schedule!

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