Drilling Fused glass pendants

Drilling Fused glass pendants

Posted by on Jun 5, 2017 in accessories, Art, Blog, custom, fused glass, handmade, Jewelry, Pendant | 0 comments

I love making fused glass jewelry. Typically I glue bails on my pendants but some are either transparent or are beautiful on both sides.  But I tend to break a few so I wait until I have several to drill.

These 2 are casted fused glass donuts, however after coldworking I fused them again but it was a bit high temp and the holes closed so I just drilled them out a bit. When I refired them I lowered the temp and they are beautiful.

 

 

 

 

 

Here are 4 smaller fused glass pendants but they have so much depth, they are stunning!

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some fused glass pendants that are beautiful on both sides, so it’s like getting two for the price of one! The picture on the left shows the front and the right picture shows the back.  Both views are awesome!

 

 

 

 

 

This month I will be focusing on fused glass techniques taught by Tanya Viet from AAE Glass. These are pebbles and one of my favorite fused glass techniques she teaches. Again the left picture is the back and the right is the front. It’s funny as I was first looking at the picture I couldn’t remember which was which. These fused glass pendants are so beautiful these pictures don’t come close to showing their depth

 

 

 

 

 

These are another fused glass technique by Tanya. Again they are beautiful and they are also a bit transparent.

 

 

 

 

 

I can’t wait to show you more of Tanya’s fused glass techniques. It’s going to be a great month!

If you would like to see more of my fused glass work please refer to my website Elegant Fused Glass by Karen.If you get a chance, check out all my sites, Fused Glass by Karen, My Etsy store, my Art fire Store, my Pinterest, and Elegant Fused Glass by Karen youtube.If you would like to stay abreast of what I’m up-to and learn a little more about jewelry, check out our newsletter. It is published the last day of each month.

Keeping my Kiln warm,
Karen

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