Firing Instructions – If you plan to fire these leaves onto a project, you’ll need to use the lowest firing temperature possible. All kilns are different, however, in test firings done in my kiln, 1274 degrees is the max temperature I can use without losing details. Your kiln may need to be set to a different temperature. Due to the thickness of the leaves, slow ramp speeds are important as are longer anneal times.
For use with Stained Glass – These maple leaves can be glued to another piece of glass using an appropriate adhesive. Although they are 1/4″ thick, these leaves could be added to a stained glass project using a wider foil.