Gorgeous texture! You'll love the look of these diaphanous floating threads that resemble dichroic glass. It's so easy, simply pick one or more colors of fiber and then fuse in seconds with a medium hot iron. This kit... More Info »
Gorgeous texture! You'll love the look of these diaphanous floating threads that resemble dichroic glass. It's so easy, simply pick one or more colors of fiber and then fuse in seconds with a medium hot iron. This kit also includes opal chips and gold gilding for added shine. DicroFibers can be stamped, sewn, cut torn, punched and used for all papercrafts, quilting and textile projects. From our friends at ArtQuest.
Each kit includes:
- 12 colors of DicroFibers
- Fusible opalescent chips
- Gold gilding
- Pressing parchment paper
- Directions & a project sheet
Note: These all polyester fibers were invented precisely to prevent any health problems. Replacing angel hair/spun glass for safety. They have been fully approved for the cosmetic industry, for which they are cut into the finest of particles imaginable, and used confidently by all industries. All art materials should be used with studio safety in mind.
Made in the USA.
Item #: 4003493
This is for that "extra special" card - the fibre gives a card that little something extra to make it stand out from the others!
Tuesday, August 24th @ 07:46 AM
Thanks so much Irene for the caution on using the Dicrofiber with clear stamps...I have a lot of clear stamps and would have used one of them and ruined a stamp! I just received my Dicrofiber kit and haven't had a chance to play with it yet, but I have seen video tutorials of this in action and it looks very cool...it's always great to find unique techniques to use in scrapbooking, card-making and other art projects! Thanks Paper Wishes for carrying this new item! I saw it, watched a video of how it works and just had to have it! Also, thanks Robyn for the tip on using a slighter hotter iron. I'll post back after I've used my Dicrofiber!!
Tuesday, August 17th @ 02:45 PM
The whispy look is a great addition to cards. Using only the red mounted stamps (clear acrylic will melt) I stamped the stamp, placed the fiber on top of the inked surface, laid it between the parchment paper and ironed quickly. It fuses the fibers together on top of the stamp and transfers the ink to it. It leaves the fibers outside of the stamped area fluffy. You can then cut the fibers to desired size if needed. Fun to play with.
Friday, August 6th @ 08:23 AM
I have used it on one layout, a 1st bath layout of my grandson. I used it for bubbles behind a title. It was easy to use, but I think next time I will use a slightly hotter iron to have the fibers adhere more and make it a stabler base for my titile.