Fused Glass Flower for Mother’s Day

With Mother’s Day coming up I thought I’d make some Fused Glass Flowers for Mother’s Day. There are so many options for these flowers. First are small pieces that can be magnets or pendants.

I also made some bigger ones the first row has a clear base. The second row has white bases. I like the vases; they make me think of a vase of flowers for Mother’s Day.

There are so many display options for this size. Here are a couple I made into candle shields, one clear and one white base.

They can also be made into night lights or suncatchers. BTW I love tulips, when I was stationed in Germany I was able to visit the Keukenhof Gardens- so many beautiful tulips.

I also tried a few out in some of my frames with washi paper as a background.

The black background enables me to write on it, which makes it a pretty fun option.

The bottom row is iridized glass and it works perfectly for both white background and clear glass.

So, which is your favorite? I can’t choose which one I like best.

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Keeping my kilns warm,


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