Easter Egg Chicken

This little Easter egg chicken sports a bright orange beak, crazy legs, decorated body and a couple of dangling feet.

An Easter egger that is one smartly dressed Easter chick.

He is ready to celebrate the Easter holiday.

He has a blank band around his belly that can be adorned and decorate to suit your desired look.

Use some bent or broken stringers, dots, frit, etc. to enhance this piece.

The legs can be cut out of glass or use some bent rods and fuse them to the piece.

Another way to make this zig-zag look would be to attach some pipe cleaners after firing.

They can be bent and twisted to give you a very different and interesting appearance.

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  • Pattern
  • Yellow body glass
  • White band glass
  • Orange beak/feet glass
  • Orange pipe cleaner glass
  • Embellishments
  • Glass cleaner of choice
  • Chap Stick or Beeswax
  • Glass saw
  • Fiber Paper
  • Kiln
  • Prepared kiln shelf
  • Protective glasses
  • Two part Epoxy
  • Pin Back

  • Directions:

    1. Reproduce the design on card stock.

    2. Utilizing a pair of clippers, cut out the design.

    3. Position the pattern pieces on the proper glass color.

    4. Trace about the outline by means of a permanent marker.

    5. Generously protect the traced design with bees wax or chapstick.

    6. Position the sketched glass on a glass saw and cut the design. Cut close to marking so that the design is precise.

    7. Position the recently cut items in a container of unsoiled water whilst cutting any other glass. This feat will make clean up easier.

    8. Clean every piece with dishsoap, a scrubber and a little water.

    9. Dry the articles utilizing a lint free wipe.

    10. Enhance as desired.

    11. Whilst holding all of the items by the perimeter, assemble the items on a primed kiln ledge.

    12. Pose the kiln shelf inside the kiln.

    13. Close the top or door and activate the unit.

    14. Sporting eye glasses with IR and UV protection monitor the item at about 1325 degrees Fahrenheit.

    15. As soon as the glass has your desired look, bring the piece downward to the correct anneal temperature and soak.

    16. Shut down the unit.

    17. Let the glass to cool down on its own.

    18. Once the temperature goes down lower than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the unit can be opened.

    19. Add a pin backing or fire the piece into a different project.

    Easter Egg Chicken Pattern

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