by Dan Porter
~ submitted by Dan Porter in Kenosha, Wisconsin
Glassing has been bad with January temps and wind winds in March.
So I had time to put together a Packer star.
Made the star out of steel at work and have plenty of white and green glass.
Can't wait for summer.
|Sea Glass Tree |
by Kelly Thaden (Austin Texas) - I used a glass plate and glued the sea glass on with E-6000.
|"Renewable" Sea Glass Art |
by Michele Kelley - Michele sent in photos of three separate art/crafts projects that are "renewable" or temporary... In other words, after the newness wears off, Michele reuses her sea glass for a new project.
|Sea Glass Art Bowl |
I created this bowl using leadlighting techniques with some of my special white and cyan seaglass, alternating with textured glass...
|Making Stained Glass Panels: Complete with Full-size Patterns |
Starting with detailed instructions for the most basic steps in working with stained glass, such using a soldering iron, this book guides readers through the process of building a large glass panel. It includes multiple designs that can be mixed and matched ...
|Sea Glass Magnets |
Magnet sheets are ideal for use with your sea glass for quick projects.
Sheets are easy to cut.
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