If you use dichroic glass in any of your fused glass projects, you’ll probably have a lot of little scraps. They’re like gold! Expensive stuff dichroic glass.
In this video, I’m trying something new to reuse that dichroic glass scrap and make something that could be used for cabochons or as a feature in a project.
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Fused glass puddle cabochons would have to be one of the first projects many glass fusers would attempt. Especially if you’re into making jewellery. They are easy to make and suitable for a microwave kiln project. But there isn’t much control over the final look of the cabs, other than selecting colours and the sequence they are stacked in.
In this video, I’ll be showing you how to make puddle cabochons, but in a little more controlled way.
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Last week I performed a few glass fusing tests. Each was quite different. This project is based on just one of those tests. I regularly recommend that it’s well worth making tests, just to see what happens, especially if you’re about to try something new. This project demonstrates the value of tests.
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