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Copper Foil from Bullseye

4.5 out of 5 stars (4 Customer Reviews)

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Bullseye Copper Foil is fantastic for adding decorative elements to the surface or interior of your fused works. As Copper will react with a number of glasses, it's important to avoid contamination by keeping copper from touching the kiln shelf, better still, use a separate shelf for fusing with metals.

  • Can be cut with scissors and placed between layers of glass.

  • It will change colour if exposed to oxygen whilst firing and a variety of results can be achieved.

  • Also available, Gold or Silver Foils in 100 gauge.

  • 25.4 microns thick

Copper foil fish and copper wire are used in this fused glass piece:

Copper foil and copper wire as inclusions in fused glass

Copper foil can create some exciting and unpredictable reactions with some sulphur-bearing glasses such as French Vanilla.  This image is from one of our 'Reactive Inclusions' courses:

Bullseye Copper foil on French Vanilla glass

Product Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars
4 out of 5 stars Saturday 19 March, 2016 By Sigrid Hummelen - See all my reviews
Used this to create some pendants. I used black opal on the bottom, then a cut heart in copper foil and capped it with clear. The results were very nice. The copper changed into a very nice warm dark rose/purply red. I used scissors to cut the copper, but am trying the next batch with punchers (for a cleaner cut).
5 out of 5 stars Friday 18 December, 2015 By Sally-Ann Gretton
Purchased two sheets of this with my last order. arrived in good condition, well packaged. cant wait to use it. i normally use paper punches to cut out shapes to fuse between glass.
4 out of 5 stars Wednesday 05 March, 2014 By Kathy Mather - See all my reviews
Great stuff, can be cut with scissors or a craft knife for more intricate effects. Maintaining the copper colour (if desired) is a bit more problematic. Tends to go a nice dark red colour.
5 out of 5 stars Monday 03 October, 2011 By Sarah Thomas
I love copper inclusions and I really like that the results are unpredictable so sometime it may be blue, other times red but my favourite is when the copper turns purply sometimes.

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