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Stained-glass Flower Kit

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Evidence of the earliest stained-glass botanicals dates back to the first millennium, and over the centuries artists have perfected the delicate practice of leading and painting glass. Made and designed in France, the Stained-glass Flower-making Kit lets the whole family try their hand at an updated take on this traditional craft. Aspiring Dale Chihulys can make up to eight flowers by shaping simple molds and filling them with paint. Et voilà! Includes easy-to-use illustrated instructions and ten different colors of “stained-glass” paint.


WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD—small parts not for children under 3 years.


Ages 8 and up. Made in France. Contains enough supplies to make 8 flowers: 10 tubes of paint, 2 plastic molds, wire, modeling clay, and crepe paper. Step-by-step instructions included.


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