A myriad of fused glass techniques

Each time I fire my kiln I try to put extra little fused glass pieces in the kiln so I have a full kiln. I thought I’d show you some.

This first one is a refire of a beautiful piece with a decal I love the glass as well as the decal. It was too big for a night light so I slumped it and now it’s a tea caddy, spoon rest, soap dish, or trinket dish.






This one is a fused glass dish I made by adding 2 triangles of glass. It’s such a pretty glue. I also made a dish with the two triangle but I stacked them and put little dragonflies inside. Because of the color the dragonflies are less obvious but still nice.






Along that same vain I made a couple more fused glass pieces with dragonflies, butterflies, hearts, and rabbits. I love them so much I have a similar type in my bathroom as a soap dish. They are the perfect size for soap dishes, trinket dishes, spoon rests, tea cady or anything else you want. They make perfect gifts.






These next 3 are also trinket fused glass dishes and different techniques. The first one is a special glass that I textured and then slumped.  The second one is kind of cool. The brown inside the glass is actually sand. Think of that, I put it in a spiral but with the sand it can be anything. So very cool. The third one is red iridized with a texture. I just love little dishes, they are perfect for so many things.






This next fused glass piece is very cool and new. Believe it or not it’s for eggs the first one is the bottom so you can see how deep the piece is. The second one shows how the dish sits.







Let me know what ya’ll think of my new pieces.

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Keeping my Kiln warm,


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