Red Fused Glass Spoon Rest

Red Fused Glass Spoon Rest

Red Fused Glass Spoon Rest

This red fused glass spoon rest is a popular color when I sell them at Art Festivals.  These glass spoon rests do look great on almost any color stove or counter-top. The main fused glass spoon rest has two layers of glass making it very substantial.  To decorate the glass spoon rest, I cut small squares of black and white and even small squares to put on top of the opposite color.

Christine – Glass Artist

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Wine Bottle Stopper Decorated with a Fused Glass Dichroic Square

Fused Glass Wine Bottle Stopper

I started making these wine bottle stoppers with a fused dichroic piece of glass glued to them last year.  With this flat style, I can choose any size or shape of fused glass to glue to the top of the wine bottle stopper.  I am having fun trying different patterns and colors of dichroic glass to use with the wine bottle stoppers.

Christine — Glass Artist

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Black Heart Fused Glass Pendant

Fused Glass Pendant Black Heart

I just made this fused glass pendant for a customer.  I had a red heart glass pendant on display at our booth at an Art Festival.  A lady asked me if I had a black heart glass pendant and I told her that I didn’t.  However, I told her I would make one for her, if she wanted and she said “REALLY!!”  She told me that she used to have one that her father gave her a long time ago and she had lost it.  She felt really sad about losing it, because her father had made it while serving in the military.  She wasn’t sure how he made it.  She had been looking for a replacement until she saw my red heart fused glass pendant.  Apparently, it resembled the one she lost.

I told her I was very busy with Christmas orders, so wouldn’t get to it until after New Years or so.  She said that was fine, since it was for her, anyway.  After I made one for her, I needed to glue a bail onto the fused glass pendant.  Well, the bail came off after my husband does his “test” to see if the bail is secure.  This glue wasn’t very old, so I was surprised that it didn’t work.  So, I opened a new package and glued the bail on the glass pendant, again.  This time – success!

I got an email from the lady when she got her new fused glass pendant.  She said she loved it and it was worth the wait 🙂

Christine – Glass Artist

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Black and White Fused Glass Vase

Fused Glass Vase

This fused glass vase has a wonderful swirl of black and white.  As the glass was draping over the mold, the glass touched the shelf, causing three points to curl inward.  This is an unusual feature of this glass vase.  Normally, I stop the kiln before this happens, but glass does its own thing sometimes.  This fused glass vase can be used for fresh, dried or silk flowers.  A votive candle can be put inside for a warming glow.

This fused glass vase was made with Black and White on Clear Baroque from Spectrum Glass Company.

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.

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Fused Glass Plate with Black Iridized Borders

Fused Glass Plate

This fused glass plate has black prismatic iridized borders with a clear piece in between.  I added dichroic noodles to accent the edges of the borders and put another one in the clear piece.  This fused glass plate is 10″ square.  It is both functional and decorative.  When the light hits the front of this fused glass plate, the iridized glass and the dichroic noodles really sparkle!  When I had this on display at my booth, people’s eyes would be attracted to this fused glass plate.  It is fun to watch people looking at this glass plate.

Christine — Glass Artist

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Sky Blue Fused Glass Coasters

Blue Fused Glass Coasters

Blue Fused Glass Coaster

To make these fused glass coasters, I used Sky Blue translucent glass and a clear iridescent crackle glass.  I cut each glass into a 4″ square piece, placed them in the kiln with the clear irid crackle glass face down and the sky blue glass on top, and fused them.  The crackle design gives a really unique appearance to these fused glass coasters.

I add rubber bumpers to the bottom of the fused glass coaster to protect the surface they are place on and to prevent them from slipping around.

Christine — Glass Artist

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