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This item: Stainless Steel Pendant Plates - Small by Aanraku Studios
Dress up your fused glass cabochons with these stainless steel plates. Simply adhere with Triolyse (#77201) for a professional-looking pendant. Small plates measure 5/8" x 3/4". Sold in packages of 10.
First image below courtesy of Aanraku Studios. Dichroic flower project by Delphi artist Kayleigh McGrath.
Pros : I like the plates - think they are a great idea. I'm doing some long term testing if the color gets darker.
Cons : i made a piece for my mother who is in a nursing home and she wore constantly for a week and it gave a dark impression on her skin and it turned dark.
Of course, most people would remove it daily.
If you’re looking to share some homemade love this holiday season, but don’t have a lot of time, consider making one of these easy art glass projects. They take fewer than 3 hours to complete, and you can download the project guides for free. Purse Hangers Wine Bottle Stoppers Gingerbread Cottage Night Light Opaline Striker Frit Balls Bowl Fused Game Set Box Monogrammed Men’s Accessory Set Keepsake Necklaces Which project is your favorite? Tell us in the comments section below, and well pick one person to receive a free purse hanger on Wednesday, Nov. 30. Gingerbread cottage night light made by artist Julie Haan.
One of the biggest trends in jewelry for 2011 is layering. Layering necklaces appears chic without looking stuffy. The key to pulling off this look is combining different textures and lengths. Gone are the days of never mixing gold and silver. Dig through your jewelry box for charms, chains and forgotten items, and wear them together for a fresh look. Necklaces in different metal finishes, a string of pearls, and a brightly colored cabochon make an elegant statement on a plain white t-shirt or LBD. In 2008, we saw this layered look emerge on runways the world over, but it was a subtler approach (perhaps pairing a shorter gold chain with a longer one.) Now, anything goes. To keep it from getting tacky, (you don’t want to end up looking like your crazy aunt Marge) follow these tips • The chains should be of varying lengths and staggered. • Try
When Charity Stewarts mosaic mirror made of old Starbucks Gift Cards was posted to our Artist Gallery as part of our Recycled Arts Contest, I couldnt help but notice. Cheerily nicknamed "Momma Mosaics", Charity creates brightly colored art that is whimsical and playful. She has mastered the art of using paper under glass, and repurposing found objects. We caught up with her to ask her a few questions about her signature style. How did you get started in glass? I discovered the joy of glass at the age of 12, when I was introduced to stained glass art by my grandmother. She inspired me to explore my creative side as we worked side-by-side in her tiny basement studio, cutting and grinding pieces for a large window panel. Those lessons in creativity launched my interest in glass art and eventually led me to classes in fusing and mosaics. Why mosaics? Have