Fused Glass Accessories

I love creating fused glass, but as I’ve mention I don’t always finish my pieces. I love creating little panels for night lights. It took me a while, but I finally finished the ones below. I think they turned out great with all the vitrigraph, millefiori, and murrine.

I also use the fused glass panels for votive covers. I think they turned out great. I can’t remember if I included them in a previous blog, but it doesn’t matter they are so great I don’t mind showing them again. Plus the bottom one is definitely new.

Additionally, the panels can be used as suncatchers. I added some screen prints on these and then drilled a hole and wire.

A few months ago I wrote a post about sugar glass. In that post I said you can’t refuse the sugar glass to another piece of glass. I was wrong, the picture on the left are flower stakes with the sugar glass fused on and they look great and a couple of them still have the sugar look and feel. I also wanted to show off my other garden stakes. I think I showed them before but I can’t help showing them off again.

I love making fused glass magnets and below are 5 new ones. I liked them so much I finished them pretty quickly.

I love making fused glass pocket crosses and pocket hearts. I made quite a few recently. I also made casted face and bear. I hope you like them as much as I do.

I had a little fused glass aspen that is perfect for a pill box, I’m really happy with it. Sometimes the most difficult part is finding the right size glass and/or finding.

Lastly I finished up 3 hair bands. I love these they work wonderfully and they are beautiful glass.

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 site and my Elegant Fused Glass by Karen YouTube. If you would like to stay abreast of what I’m up-to check out our newsletter. If you’d like to take a class please check out the information on my site about my classes. It is published the last day of each month.

Keeping my kilns warm,

Karen

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