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Just back from Isla

by Ede

Just returned from 2 weeks on Isla Mujeres - have been collecting sea glass for 15 years, but really know nothing about it --I am ready to become a serious collector, and make some jewelry and night lights.

Any info will be appreciated - need to know the best tools to drill holes (and safety tips) and whether there's an epoxy I can use to put pieces together (for night lights) without damaging the glass, or whether I need to explore stained glass techniques.

I also have "sea pottery" pieces.
thanks for your help!

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