Published: December 14, 2013
Learn how to melt glass in your microwave in just a few minutes! Turn your glass gems in to amazing jewelry pieces. It's super easy with my Fuseworks Microwave Glass Kiln. http://amzn.to/1ebUc05 BTW, this is a terrific gift for the DIY'er in your life! Want more ideas? Check out www.MarkMontano.com and join me here:
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The Official YouTube Channel for Mark Montano, Author and TV Host. Mark writes The Big Ass Book of Crafts Series, the best selling craft books in the US. Videos feature various how-to crafting videos from Mark's "Make Your Mark" Web Series.
Do you enjoy your neighbors flowers but don’t have a green thumb yourself? Then this video is for you. Roy and Val are showing you how to create your own glass flowers using Creative Paradise molds.
The Fused Glass Flowers Book: https://www.delphiglass.com/books-dvds-software/fusing-books/fused-glass-flowers
Hardware Kit: https://www.delphiglass.com/fusing-molds/flower-molds/fused-glass-flowers-hardware-kit
Glass Casting Video: https://www.facebook.com/delphiglass/videos/806217927383991
Vitrigraph Video: https://www.facebook.com/delphiglass/videos/297262942455747
Check out this stunning limited edition Youghiogheny Baker’s Dozen Glass Pack. Exclusively at Delphi Glass! Follow the link for more details: https://bit.ly/3J3sWma
Project by artists Tim and Alice Biza. Pattern by Katz Creations in Stained Glass.
Roy and Daisy are showing you our WAZER Waterjet Cutter in action! This tool is amazing. If you can dream it, the WAZER can cut it. Take a look at just some of our creations made with it.
Want your own custom cut? Follow the link to get the details: https://bit.ly/3IRlDz3
During our Facebook Live Roy and Val show you fun Valentine’s day project ideas.
Download our free heart stained glass panel: https://www.delphiglass.com/stained-glass-patterns/window-panels/free-stained-glass-heart-pattern
The Wall Street Journal does a special edition each year called the future of everything. We thought it would be fun to apply that to our industry. Where do you see the Art Glass Industry and Creator’s in 10 years?