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Old 2014-05-20, 11:06am
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Default How so you work Clio frit?

I bought some Clio frit but can't get it to do anything. Anyone have luck with it? How is it supposed to be worked? Over what base glasses are best? Any pics would be great too!
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Old 2014-05-21, 7:56am
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Really? Am I the only one that purchased Clio frit???
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Old 2014-05-21, 11:42am
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I'm planning to purchase, so also watching this thread for info!
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Old 2014-05-21, 1:23pm
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I have only ever worked with Aion frit. I have used clio in rod form. This bead was made using a base of clear, encased with clockwork orange, encased in zephyr, rolled in frit, reduced, encased in zephyr. These are the same color combination I used in the heart with the rod form of Clio.

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Old 2014-05-23, 9:40am
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You work it the same way you would after it's applied in rod form. Heat, cool, reduce, encase.
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Old 2014-05-30, 3:13am
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I know this isn't gallery, but pretty heart! Just sayinnnnnn
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