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LEGO

LEGO

01. Test Time Before making an entire plate, I wanted to do a little test first. Based on the diameter of the glass rods that’ll be used to create the short cylinders on every “brick”, I decided on a size for the rectangles. These are just some...
Encoded

Encoded

01. Some Planning Needed This long platter is going to have 262 strips of glass in it, in four colors, in a complicated pattern. A diagram to help guide the placement comes in super handy. 02. Layout Almost Complete Once the first handful of rows are laid down, the...
Petite Bubbles

Petite Bubbles

01. Ready to Tack Fuse I’d like to say that I purposely skipped the photographs to get these petite projects to this stage, but I forgot! But, in my defense, this larger project here has all of the exact same steps, just bigger. But to recap, the blue chunks of...
Chip and Dip

Chip and Dip

01. Lots of Color With the holidays coming, I thought it was time to get festive. I’m using Bullseye’s Confetti (super thin pieces of glass) on top of a 15.5″ circle of clear glass. 02. Powdery Here I’ve added clear frit powder to help minimize...
Strips of Midnight

Strips of Midnight

01. Strips Cut and Arranged Like the other streaky glass projects I’ve done (one in forest green, the other in cranberry), I’ve cut 8 x 1/4″ strips and arranged them in a pattern that I found eye-catching. If you look closely, you can see that...