The Easter cross has many significances for several of the Christian festivals. Easter is not celebrated on the same Sunday each year. It is considered a moveable holiday that is not fixed in relationship to the civil calendar.
This Christian cross symbolizes the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and the symbol reminds us of his death. It is a sacred symbol that signifies faith in this occurrence.
Decorate it with white lilies and it definitely represents Easter. Leave it plain and it can be worn all year long to show your faith in Christianity.
Materials:PatternCross glassDecorating elementsGlass cleaner of choiceChap Stick or BeeswaxGlass sawFiber PaperKilnPrepared kiln shelfProtective glassesTwo part EpoxyPin Back
1. Reproduce the model on paper.
2. Utilizing a set of cutters, cut out the model.
3. Place the portions on the fitting glass tint.
4. Trace about the guide by means of a permanent marker.
5. Liberally envelop the drawing with bees wax or chap stick.
6. Place the drawn glass on a glass saw and cut the model. Cut close to sketching so that the pattern is defined.
7. Place the recently cut sections in a container of unsoiled water whilst cutting other pieces of glass. This feat will make cleaning the glass easier.
8. Wash each article with dish soap, a scrubber and a little water.
9. Dry the articles using a lint free towel.
10. Enhance as preferred.
11. While holding each of the items by the side, position the items on a kiln washed kiln shelf.
12. Pose the shelf inside the kiln.
13. Close the lid or access and start the oven.
14. Dressed in glasses with UV and IR shield, examine the glass at roughly 1325 degrees Fahrenheit.
15. Once the piece has the wanted look, bring the item downward to the appropriate annealing temperature and keep at that temperature.
16. Switch off the kiln.
17. Let the piece to cool down on its own.
18. Once the temperature falls beneath 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the oven can be opened.
19. Add a pin backing or fuse the project into another plan.
Easter Cross Pattern
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