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Classy Glass Class students will need 2 Amaco Kiln legs, Fuse Fiber Shelf Paper and 6 scorer/breaker tools. These additional supplies, tools and furniture, will allow more students to join the club. The scorer is used to cut glass into specific shapes, the breaker tool is designed to snap the glass in clean, straight, accurate lines. The kids will place their pieces onto the fiber shelf paper. Students will use the legs to stack more projects inside the kiln without damaging the art with messy kiln wash.
Students will score, break and design their glass art pieces with advanced two in one scorer/breakers, kiln legs and high temperature firing paper.
Using kiln shelves, legs and Fuse Work Fiber shelf paper, students will make small glass pieces that the will glue and form into amazing art work.
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