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CGG Decals – Herb and Veg Plant Labels

BRAND NEW! Our new range of decals are the perfect addition to your glass fusing. The Herb and Veg Plant Labels design gives you a selection of herbs and vegetable labels that you can use in your garden or allotment to easily identify your plants.

Simply cut out your decal, soak in clean warm water, when the transfer uncurls remove from the water. Then slide the transfer from the backing paper and onto your glass. Squeegee the transfer to remove any water between the decal and the glass. Allow to dry for around 2 hours before firing.

The recommended firing temperate is between 745 - 760 C, lower temperatures enable colours to stay bright. It is recommended you full fuse your glass and then apply the decals and re-fire. Please note that when firing to higher temperatures colours will fade.

Once kiln fired these decals are permanent and will not scratch or rub off. For best results use opaque glass. Please note that these glass decals have a flux overcoat which will leave a faint line where you cut the decal.

Included are two sheets, sheet size 210mm x 297mm sheet 1 contains 10 herb label decals and a selection of small bees and ladybirds to include on your labels, sheet 2 contains 10 vegetable label decals and a selection of small bees and ladybirds to include on your labels.

Herbs labels include; Basil, Thyme, Mint, Oregano, Parsley, Chives, Coriander, Sage, Rosemary and Lavender.

Vegetable/fruit/salad labels include; Carrots, Onions, Potatoes, Courgettes, Cabbage, Tomatoes, Spinach, Peppers, Beetroot and Lettuce.

Approx decal sizes - labels maximum size 21mm x 104mm, large bee 17mm x 17mm, large ladybird 12.5mm x 18mm

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