It’s June. So you are thinking about fused glass snowflakes. Right? Maybe not. Today in Houston the “feels like” temperature is 106 degrees F. I certainly wouldn’t mind a few snowflakes. In truth, I do start to think about making snowflakes this time of year. I hope to have enough in inventory to sell in my Etsy shop this Christmas and holiday season.
Several years ago, I published a post with a link to a tutorial on making fused glass snowflakes. Recently I came across another good tutorial on Pinterest. If you are making fused glass snowflakes, this post has a good illustration on how to cut and assemble the pieces efficiently.
If you want to make fused glass Christmas Tree Ornaments, take a look at this post: https://www.glassartbymargot.com/tutorials-patterns/how-to-make-fused-glass-christmas-tree-ornaments/
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Thanks for sharing Margot. I’m making snowflakes in the UK already too (and robins, rudolfs and Christmas trees!).
You are welcome. I don’t have the patience for rudolfs. Robins sound interesting though.
This is one of my favorites.
Margot, I have been fusing snowflakes for months now as well and ironically, just hand-delivered a few to my sister just outside of Houston. I do like the delicate look of your flakes. Best of luck to you in the upcoming holiday season!
And to you! Next time you visit your sister let me know. We’ll do lunch. I don’t often get to talk with fellow fusers. 🙂 I’m on the north east side of town.