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Art Glass- Multiple Sizes

Original price $2.50 - Original price $5.25
Original price
$2.50 - $5.25
Current price $2.50

Crystal glass delivers reliably uniform color reproduction for murals and multiple-tile applications, without the green tinge found in jade glass.
Edges and corners are rounded for a softer appearance.
Hardened glass is more durable than common plate glass, but still accepts drilling and cutting for making clock faces, wind-chimes, and other objects.
Hand-fashioned glass has a slightly textured artisan look and feel.
Individual tiles can also be displayed in stands or easels, used as trivets after cork bottoms are added or as coasters. 4 mm thick.

Select an option:: Sublimation Blank 4.25" x 4.25" Art Glass

Supplies Needed
• Sublimatable Flat Glass Tiles
• Sublimation Transfers
• Heat Resistant Felt Pads
• Heat Gloves
Step 1: Adjust Heat Press
Heat Press Temperature: 400o F
Dwell Time: 3½ minutes, print side face-down
Pressure: Medium

Note: These instructions, including transfer times and temperatures, are based on the inks, paper, presses, and products we use. Your inks, papers, etc. may require adjustments in your settings.
Step 2: Design & Print Your Transfer

Note: Do Not Reverse The Image. Design your transfer based on the tile size. Do not reverse the image. It is ok to increase image saturation by an additional 10 – 20 % to increase image brightness on glass. If you are designing a full-bleed image, we recommend that you design the transfer so that it is at least 1/8” larger than the glass size, around each side. This bleed allowance is already built into our templates. Our templates are posted on our website at
Step 3: Transfer the Image

1. Place a Heat Resistant 1/4" thick Felt Pad on your press bed.
2. Place your transfer face-up on the felt pad.
3. Place the award glass print side face-down on the transfer.
4. Using Medium to Firm pressure, press for 3½ minutes at 400o F.
Step 4: Cooling

Using Heat Gloves carefully remove award glass from press and allow to air cool, coating side up. While the award glass is still hot, the coating will be soft and susceptible to scratching. For best results, allow award glass to cool naturally; do not immerse Award Glass in water or put Award Glass in front of a fan! This can cause the glass to crack due to thermal shock.

Transfer Tips & Tricks

 If you notice any loss of color or sharpness after pressing, reduce the time or temperature down. Adjust one variable at a time. If that does not help, call Technical Support for assistance.
 What you see is what you get. If immediately upon opening the press you see the color development to be weak anywhere in the print, close the press immediately for another 30 seconds and check again. Continue until you find the ideal dwell time and pressure for your press.
 Tempered award glass are shatter-resistant. When struck or dropped, they will fracture into small fragments rather than shards. However, broken pieces are still sharp, and should be handled with caution.
 If you notice paper sticking call Technical Support for assistance.

Technical Support

For support on these or any of our products, please call our toll-free number for assistance: 877.795.1500. You may also write to us at

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Paulette J.
Thank you

When my order was delayed, I called the company and it was sent out immediately. However, there was an error in it and when called on it, they responded by sending out the correct items. I appreciate their attention to my response when called on.

Great to showcase a favorite photo!

I have printed several photos using this art glass blank and they have all come out awesome!!!


So far they are great

Rich Knight

Perfect and come out great!! Looks great when light comes through.