Posts Tagged fused glass christmas

More links added on the Fused Glass Christmas page…

12/12/07 – Added a few pages on the Fused Glass Christmas page.


Spicy Gingerbread Man

These can be made by cutting them out with a pattern, or purchasing some pre-cut fusible forms. See how simple they are to make and decorate. They make adorable pins, or can be fused into other projects.

Crimson Red Poinsettias

The usual color choice is the vibrant red, but these also can be made in a mixture of colors. Since these bloom in an array of colors, such as white, pink, yellow and even a light orange, you can make them to suit your particular outfit.

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Screwy Santa


12/06/07 – Screwy Santa

Just added this delightful glass fusing ornament to the Fused Glass Christmas page. The page gives details on how to accomplish this Christmas pin. It also includes a pattern.

This new pin has been added to the site.  With Christmas just around the corner, these pins are a must as you check off gifts for loved ones.  After showing these pins to some of my friends, my list of requests is growing each day.  These do require that you have a glass saw and some cutting skills, but are simple to put together.

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The Secret to a Hot Fused Glass Christmas


11/20/07 – Fused Glass Christmas

What is the privy to a red-hot fused glass Christmastime? How about a individualized pin , fused glass decorations, or holiday plates. All these objects can be accomplished in your kiln.

Turn on your kiln and warm up your household with a few fused glass Christmas delicacies. Tis the time to be inventive. Attire yourself and friends with extraordinary spicy pins. There are so many easy and ingenious designs you can design for Christmas.

To learn more about how to make these Xmas pieces, please visit the page on Fused Glass Christmas. New pages are being added all the time. Time permitting, I want to add even more holiday pins before this season passes. Today, I have also added new pages on How to Make Holly in 6 Easy Steps and Making a Personalized Christmas Pin

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