Stained glass has a history that dates back to the 12th century. How is it colored? What are the steps? How do I do it myself?
How to reuse those empty glass bottles? Let's see how many I, (or maybe you) can come up with with these easy, brilliant ideas on reusing bottles.
This article is a historic overview of stained glass starting with Renaissance through Frank Lloyd Wright. There are numerous glass pictures with explanations for each piece. The art of making stained class is discussed...
Mason or Ball jars are a simple, affordable medium to use in the kitchen for both decorative and functional purposes. Choose from vases, food storage, soap dispensers, herb containers, and more.
Handspun and blown glass is an art form requiring skill, patience and the ability to “stand the heat.” Have a few pieces on your knickknack shelf? Here are some basics of how they came to be.
You can put anything on these homemade stepping stones, pieces of glass, rocks, anything you like. If you are a parent or grandparent this is an easy way to keep the precious memories of your children (or grandchildren)...
Glass painting is not only for artists. If you fancy drinking glasses set with autumn leaves, try this craft project. You'll find 4 glass painting designs and you'll learn how to paint on glass.
The Sandbaster can give your glass work a unique finish or eliminate unwanted devit. It is one of the most important pieces of equipment in your studio.
Start your new year with a unique arts and crafts projects with stained glass techniques. The projects may be done with glass or modern commercial plastic substitutes and other materials.
What is the glass blowing process? If you have ever bought glass-blown art, you may have wondered how it was made. There is free-blowing and mold-blowing, and they use glass blowing tools.