View Full Interactive Version Of This Page : Restock Sale - Serious Discounts on 96 COE
20% off as I process glass today - It's my way of staying accountable and getting through a LOT of glass that needs to be handled.
20% off applies to quantity prices as well - so you can stack these discounts to get incredible deals that I have never offered before.
I'll keep this thread updated as I process glass and I won't ship until tomorrow - so if you see something you have to have, feel free to order more than once and I'll combine them at the end of the day.
First up -
7-10 mm black glass
yum - cobalt is up at 20% off now as well. This is a terribly inexpensive glass to start with - as low as $2 per quarter pound before your 20% off!
SuzyQ picture in action -
And the red is complete -
The next may be a bit - Spring Greens are coming up and they are quite a chore
almost done- Spring Green is restocked- lots of great colors in this rod mix.
Mmm the colours are lovely - I just need to keep within the 104 range for the moment - though I have so much frit that would fit with 96. . .
Stop me someone please.
Thanks Anna - I know the lure of new coes - I have a couple here I have to keep separate :-) If you ever want to take the plunge safely - let me know and we can work on ones that play nicely with the 104s you have - as a general rule -the warm colors don't play nicely
and we have the last sale glass - another pain to clean as it's possible to knock the lines off this one when I wash it -
Lattichino glass - I love this glass!
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Jess's 96 Coe is EASY to keep separate--just keep it in the shipping boxes she uses--they're ROD LENGTH!!! & they reclose easily!!! I wash all my "dirty shorts" & assorted packs I buy from her when she has a bargain sale (ok, now you know my dirty little secret) & just put them back in the box--easy storage & easy to keep separate from my little stash of BE90 (in a toolbox, about 6#) & my bigger stash of Lauscha (about 10#, sitting on the shelf) & my better stash of "normal" 104 (in a picnic basket :lol:) Not gonna mention the Kinari I own, but have never melted because I need a kiln--someone would have to re-program to anneal it for me--and that would be too much to ask ;) (I've got um, a couple pounds, in the closet, safely wrapped in bubble wrap :lol:)
Anyway....Jess's shorts, odds & NON-odds melt BEAUTIFULLY with frit & make the BEST PPP glass & I've gotten gorgeous focals out of them & lovely purple hearts ;) & the white stays white (awesome for frit beads, just awesome!) & fantastic for making pressed beads! press, frit, press! yay! I just clear off my table & pull out some frit & the "Jess's glass box" & I'm good to go--I know everything is ~96
Yes, I am a soft glass freak. If it melts on a hothead, I want it.
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