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Our 2.5 Minutes of Fame😊

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We are proud to say that the water-jet company that supplied us with our cutter selected The Glass Underground to be featured on their website.
We thought you might like to see it, so we’re sharing the link

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New Wishlist Feature!

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We're excited to announce a new feature here at The Glass Underground. You can create a WISHLIST for any product in our store! Wherever you see a heart icon ♥, click it and it'll automatically be added to your Wishlist. You don't need to be signed in to create a Wishlist, however, if you do, it will be available across all your devices! To view your wishlist, click on the blue "Wishlist" Tab at the right-hand side of your screen: Sign in to your account to save your Wishlist and access it on all your devices!  You can add individual products to your...

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FAQ: Can I open a wholesale account?

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We strive to give you the very best deals we can! So read on... You know we sell Bullseye Glass and Bullseye Glass Supplies at a discount every day with no minimums! When you spend $600 with us, we offer 40% off the Bullseye Reg. Price AND you get free shipping or half off shipping if your order includes half sheets or 20" x 20" Tekta!  Compare that to Bullseye who offers 30% when you spend $600.  No wholesale account, reseller paperwork, or Tax ID necessary.  We understand that Bullseye offers 50% off retail when you spend $1200, but their shipping charges...

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We're in the News!

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Warren studio spreads the joy of glass fusingOur local newspaper, the Echoes-Sentinel, did a front-page piece on Meryl and our studio! Here's a quick excerpt:

"You can be a good artist and be successful in glass fusing, you can be a good technician and be successful in glass fusing, or you just have to enjoy what you’re doing as you’re doing it and it can still come out great."

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Want new greens? Get a wide variety of colors layering transparent glass!

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Playing around with greens and look what we came up with!

Shown here: 

New Leaf Green (1217) overlayed with 1857, 1416, 1838, 1834, 1414, 1442, 1116, 1408, 1437, 1808, 1818.

 

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