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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...
Diamonds

Diamonds

01. Leftover Glass I’d been wanting to try a diamond grid pattern piece for some time. I decided to use the glass that was left over from the stained glass window project. 02. Playing with Colors The layout of the colors is random, just what appealed to my eye....
The Blues

The Blues

01. Three Layers With a layer of clear Tekta on the bottom and top, the middle layer is made of up blue glasses that I originally used for the stained glass window (Light Sky Blue, Steel Blue, Aqua Blue, and Light Turquoise Blue).  All the pieces are purposely cut to...
Cherry Blossom Bowl

Cherry Blossom Bowl

01. Three Circles No sooner had I finished a test with Ruth’s enamel kit, I knew I wanted to create a big bowl, which I’ve never done before. The first thing I did was cut the circles that would become the three layers of the bowl. I used Bullseye Glass,...
2mm Stringer Bowl

2mm Stringer Bowl

01. Choose the Stringer Unlike the .5mm Stringer Bowl, I decided to use transparent stringer selected from a tube of assorted colors. 02. Cut a Circle Using the Bohle Silberschnitt circle cutter, I cut an 8 inch circle from transparent Tekta glass, aiming for...