Fused Glass Silk Screen

Recently, I’ve been making a lot of silk screen fused glass pieces. Since I have Jewish friends I wanted to make a few for them. In case you were curious Hanukkah is 10-18 December this year. I have two Star of David’s. One is larger and I made it into a small candle sconce. I can put the star on any glass piece you’d like and in any color.

I have a smaller version and made a small candle shield or tealight candle holder (normal small size). I really like the tealight that changes colors. The star and the glass can be made in any color, for this one I used iridized clear glass and the white star. They make perfect gifts and decorations.

I also have a Menorah silk screen as well. Again I made a candle shield. It’s blue and iridized, I textured the back so it’s an amazing piece.

Again I have a smaller Menorah screen and made a tealight candle holder. I love the tealight candle holders with my fused glass because they look wonderful no matter where you put them e.g., on a shelf, by a window, or anywhere. The glass is clear iridized which really adds the sparkle I love and I used a beautiful green. The tealight candle holder is bigger than normal but can handle a normal tea light or you can put incenses or potpourri. I used a battery operated tea light that changes colors. LOVE IT!

Just in case you wondered if I made a cross, the answer is yes. I have three small cross silk screens. I only made 1 for right now but they are all the pretty ornate type of cross. This cross is copper enamel.

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; my Art fire Store, my Etsy store,  Elegant Fused Glass by Karen YouTube and my Pinterest, and. 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,


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