Stained Glass for Beginners – Part 4: Foiling and Soldering

Here we are, the fourth and final installment of the Stained Glass for Beginners - 4 part series. If you missed the last three posts, go ahead and check them out before you read on.Stained Glass for Beginners - Part 1Stained Glass for Beginners - Part 2Stained Glass for Beginners - Part 3Like I said … Continue reading Stained Glass for Beginners – Part 4: Foiling and Soldering

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Weekender Project: Cute Pumpkin Pendant

Halloween is only days away! If you're lacking in the Halloween accessory department, we’ve got the perfect project for you! This My Little Pumpkin Head Fusing Project makes the perfect pendant or pin and it’s a project that you can finish in an afternoon, that’s the beauty of the Fuseworks Microwave Kiln! Find the instructions for this fun … Continue reading Weekender Project: Cute Pumpkin Pendant

Weekender Project: Percy the Pumpkin KraftyBlok

Who doesn’t love a glowing jack-o-lantern on Halloween? What's even better? A jack-o-lantern that you can re-use every year save yourself from making  a crazy pumpkin mess. With a few simple steps and just a little time you can create a special jack-o-lantern to display for Halloween – no knives, no gooey pumpkin guts all over your hands … Continue reading Weekender Project: Percy the Pumpkin KraftyBlok

Stained Glass for Beginners – Part 2: Foiling and Soldering Tools

Welcome to Part Two! Now that you know all the basic cutting tools (if you didn’t catch my last post read it here Stained Glass for Beginners - Part 1) I’ll tell you about the basic tools you need for the foiling and soldering process.The bonding agents:Copper Foil: this is essentially copper tape; available in different widths … Continue reading Stained Glass for Beginners – Part 2: Foiling and Soldering Tools