Pam B

  • Pam B
    I use bullseye thin shelf paper.  It does not leave a texture.  It is a bit more expensive than other shelf papers but well worth it. The primer on your shelf also needs to be smooth. You can always fire your pieces again.
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  • Pam B
    I too just had to try this.  I used the fused pieces in a stained glass panel and have gotten numerous compliments.  I just used glass powders in different shades of green with clear textured  spectrum stained glass on top of the leaves.  I love the texture the leaves left on the glass and the patterns turned out perfectly with no plant res…[Read more]

  • Pam B
    If you have a taurus 2 or 3 it is easy to slice even slices but I gather from your question that you don’t have a diamond saw.(only way I know to get even slices).
    I have heard of the string applied around an empty bottle ignited  and then submerging in cold water or tapping the score but can’t imagine doing that with a glass rod.
    Pam

  • Pam B
    Wendy, I tried to view you jewelry but could not get into your site and nothing is listed on ebay either.  Is there another way?
     

  • Pam B
    Guess we all fall into the category of not being considered artists.  I hate being juried into shows and  having to check the “craft” box on the applications.  Although glass blowers seem to be treated with more regard, glass fusers with a bit more interest, Jurors really thumb their noses at stained glass artists.  I began glass fusing to…[Read more]

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