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Add more to your glass garden with fun mushrooms. The bell curve of the mold gives you the freedom to form sloped mushrooms, simple slurry flowers or jelly fish. Mold measures 5" diameter by 2-1/2" deep. Ceramic molds can be fired many times. Must be kiln washed before use. Project images courtesy of Stephanie O'Toole.
Jane Cade saved to Glass fusion ideas
Como Derreter Garrafas de Vidro. A arte em vidro pode dar um toque decorativo na sua casa na forma de vasos, bandejas, peças para centro de mesa e muito mais. Você pode fazer sua própria arte em vidro derretendo garrafas velhas que...
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Dulce Duarte saved to Alice Benvie
I’ve got a project that is requiring me to make streaky glass that will be used for a countertop for a bathroom. Fortunately, it’s not a huge counter but it is a challenging endeavor no…
Judy Pagnusat saved to fused glass art
We all know that recycling is important, and melting glass bottles at home is one creative way to go about it. The glass bottles can be melted down to make jewelry, window panes or other works of art. To melt glass successfully and safely, you must own a kiln.
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Lynn Gossen saved to glass works
If you're like most fusing artists, you like to try new things all the time. Pot melts fantastic! Raking amazing! Boiled glass stunning! Wait....what's boiled glass?
Marge Robertson saved to Fused Glass
How to Melt Glass With a Torch. Glass melting has a long history, going back to approximately 3000 BC. In these early times, glass was melted to decorate vases. Glass is made up of silica, sodium carbonate and calcium carbonate. Most glass melts at 1400 to 1600 degrees Farenheit. Nevertheless, there are specialized ...
Carol Morgan saved to Bottle
I've seen so many plates, bowls, even crosses, made using broken bottle glass and have wanted to try it for a long time. My friend recently gave me a few pretty light green Pellegrini water bottles and they are perfect for this project. Here is my first attempt. I remembered that bottle glass needs a higher firing temperature after doing wine bottle rings a year ago. It took forever for the sharp edges to soften. I had a few notes and fired this broken bottle piece to 1520 deg. F. It fired…
Katherine Rosado saved to Glass
A short video on something basic you can start with in your new microwave kiln. I think everyone has tried this, but if you haven't, then give this a look. ...
S Peterson saved to Glass Fusing