Feathers in a Fused Glass Plate

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This fused glass plate was a custom order.  I think it turned out very well, especially the feathers!  I am giving most of the credit to my husband.  He cut out all the glass and cleaned it, while I did the fusing.

Each of the white feathers are one piece of glass with black frit applied on top of the white glass.

Christine – Glass Artist

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Fused Glas Frit Bowl

Fused Glass Frit Bowl

This fused glass bowl was made out of glass frit, which are small pieces of glass.  I tack fused the pieces together and then slumped it into a bowl mold.

Christine — Glass Artist

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Blue Butterfly Fused Glass Spoon Rest

Fused Glass Spoon Rest

This fused glass spoon rest is one of my favorites!  I love butterflies and I love flowers!  So, I combined the two on this glass spoon rest.  The butterfly is the hardest thing to make.  I use a template to cut out two pieces for the blue wings.  Then, I grind each one so they match and actually look like butterfly wings.  I add small white pieces of glass to add interest to the butterfly.

I use glass stringers for the stems and small pieces of glass for the small flower petals.  When everything is in place, I fuse two layers of clear glass with the butterfly and flowers.  To finish off the fused glass spoon rest, I slump the glass into a spoon rest mold to give it the shape of a spoon rest.

This spoon rest sold soon after I finished it.  I guess I will need to make another one, but I never make the same one twice, so the butterfly will have to be a different color, etc.

Christine — Glass Artist

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Burgandy Fused Glass Vase

Burgandy Fused Glass Vase

This fused glass vase is really gorgeous!  The burgundy swirls throughout the glass makes such a unique design.  Imagine a candle burning inside this glass vase and the colors and designs the flame gives off!

This glass vase has sold and I don’t have any more glass like this.  However, I just haven’t ordered any of it, yet.

Christine — Glass Artist

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Black Fused Glass Spoon Rest

Black Fused Glass Spoon Rest

To this fused glass spoon rest, I added a white swirl using glass frit or small pieces of white glass.   I have made a few of these fused glass spoon rests with a swirl in various colors.  Each swirl comes out different – sometimes they have an extra loop or more frit in each line.  This glass spoon rest has less frit in each line and one more swirl than some of the other ones I have done.  There is nothing wrong with it – just different.

To make the swirl, I pour some frit in the round area and, using a paint brush, I create the swirl, which makes each one unique.

Christine — Glass Artist

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Blue Fused Glass Bowl

This fused glass bowl is made out of glass frit, which is small pieces of glass crushed up.  I started out with a circle template and tack fused the sky blue frit.  To get the bowl shape, I added small pieces of fiber blanket on the edges to turn them up.

I had fun making this interesting fused glass bowl.  However, it can’t be used for serving soup 🙂  but wrapped candy would work just fine!

I just sold it at my last Art Festival!

Christine — Glass Artist

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What’s This? A Holey Glass Bowl?

Blue Fused Glass Bowl

What’s this?  Why would I make a holey glass bowl?  You can’t use it for soup or cereal.  What good is it?

I poured glass frit into a round stencil and tack fused it together.  I intentionally left areas that would leave holes.  I thought it would make an interesting glass bowl.

It can be functional by putting any kinds of trinkets in it or wrapped candy.  It can also look interesting sitting on a shelf.

Imagine a light shining on it.  You will see the blue and the holes shining on the shelf.  If you look closely, you can see that effect in the picture.

Christine – Glass Artist

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