Fused Glass Eye Glass Holder

Fused Glass Eye Glass Holder

Posted by on Oct 11, 2016 in accessories, Blog, fused glass | 0 comments

Those who know me know that my eyesight for reading is pretty much non existent. So I am constantly looking for my glasses, once I was searching for my glasses and found 3 – on my head!

So I made fused glass eyeglass holders. I wrote a blog about them a while back. I have standard ones with one fused glass cabochon (I just made several more to chose from) and I have snap eyeglass holders where you can change them out. I even created necklaces where you could put your eye glasses in.

But with my daughter going off to college next year I am starting to make more and more custom pieces with her beautiful face.  So I decided to make custom eye glass holders with pictures that aren’t fused glass.

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They have a clear glass cover to protect and enhance the picture. These are my three new ones. I haven’t glued them in so I can change them out but of course I risk losing them so I’ll probably have to pick my favorite soon and just glue it in. As you can see I love my family and that’s what I did for mine but I can take any picture and turn it into an eye glass holder. The holder can also be used for badges if your work requires you to have wear a badge.

 

Some other options are below.

Fused Glass Magnetic Eye Glass Holder

Fused Glass Magnetic Eye Glass Holder

Fused Glass Magnetic Eye Glass Holder

Fused Glass Magnetic Eye Glass Holder

Fused Glass Snap Pendant Eye Glass Holder

Fused Glass Snap Pendant Eye Glass Holder

Fused Glass Pendant Eye Glass Holder

Fused Glass Pendant Eye Glass Holder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you would like a me to create a Fused Glass eye glass or badge holder for you please contact me (elegantfusedglass@gmail.com)

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Keeping my Kiln warm,

Karen

 

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