Flexi-Glass Medium

We are proud to announce we are now a “DEALER” for Flexi-Glass Medium!

Flexi-Glass is an exciting new Glass product developed by Glass Artist David Alcala. This amazing new glass medium will open the door to exciting possibilities and applications to your glass fusing projects that will simply amaze you. Create your own fusible paper-like glass film, that you can cut with scissors and then fuse. Flexi-Glass is formulated to work with powdered and fine glass frit, enamels, and even micas or luster. Create your own threads of fusible colored enamel. You will soon discover the many uses are limited only by one’s own imagination, not to mention all the mone you will save in glass materials by using Flexi-Glass. It is worth its weight in gold. You won’t believe how many new projects and big ideas will pour from this little bottle, as they say “a little goes a long way.”

Flexi-Glass Medium (FG Medium) The liquid bonding agent that is flexible when dry. This is one of the key components of the Flexi-Glass system. FG Medium mixes with frits to make a flexible fusible FG Film that can be cut with scissors, with enamels to make FG Threads or FG Mica to make FG Luster sheets. FG Medium comes in a 4oz and Pint bottle.

We have found when mixed with CFE Glass Colors you can make sheets of glass color that is flexible for cutting, punching, etc. 

Our ratio is:

1 part Alcohol

1 1/2 parts Glass Color Powder

1 part Flexi-Glass Medium

Pour mixture out on Silicone baking sheet and spread out with soft brush.  Mixture should be thick.  Bake at 200 degrees for 20-30 minutes or until dry.  On the silicone sheets they colored flexi-glass sheets will peel right off.

We recommend you test your color choice before doing a project.  Colors that are white based tend to be very thick as well as the BubbleART colors.

Here is an example of GS-502 Copper Sparkle made into a sheet and then cut into petal shapes for the sunflower.

Here are other examples of colors punched and layered between and on top of glass.

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