Wishful thinking on my part! Always wanted a magic flying carpet. Off to mysterious lands and all that. Well, this glass fusing tutorial for a platter, that includes a part from a part sheet, may not create a real flying carpet, but it satisfies something inside me.
So, I had this part sheet I made back a bit (see this post Making a Fused Glass Part Sheet), and the pattern just reminded me of an oriental carpet. That’s the inspiration. So here’s how I put it together.
Continue reading Fusing a Part Sheet Platter ‘Magic Flying Carpet’
This tutorial for making an emerald green, black and white fused glass bowl uses a fused glass part sheet that I posted about earlier. The black and white part sheet was just crying out to be used.
After a bit of contemplation, no, not about my navel, about the design, I came up with a nice simple approach.
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Fused glass part sheets are a great way to add interesting elements to your glass art. They can include many colours and complex patterns, but sometimes you just want something simple, like a classic black and white design.
In this tutorial I’ll cover a very simple way to create two versions of a classic black and white fused glass part sheet. One is white on black, the other black on white.
Continue reading Making a Fused Glass Part Sheet – Black and White
Glass Fusing is a fantastic hobby and it can be an enjoyable source of income. Plus there are many niches. For example, jewellery, sculpture and decorative glass art. Learning the skills required to be successful can be a challenge, but we are building a resource library to help you meet that challenge.
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My guess is that you’re wondering what the heck a Fertility Bowl is. Well, study the bowl for a few moments and I am sure you will understand why I called it that.
I didn’t intend to make a ‘fertility bowl’. It just seemed to evolve. Anyway, read on and I hope you enjoy.
Continue reading I called it a Fertility Bowl!