Easter Egg Nest

Make a charming presentation this year when you wear this adorable Easter egg nest pin. We all know that Easter eggs aren’t brought by the Easter bunny, but yet each Easter we look forward to finding the decorated treats in fluffy bird-like nests.

To add some depth to this piece, try adding a few stringers or frit. The nest will be flat and not as interesting as it will be with a few added decorations.

The tiny little eggs can be decorated also. Use some Glassline paints, frit or other pieces to enhance the pieces.

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  • Pattern
  • Nest glass
  • Eggs glass
  • 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 pattern on paper.

    2. Using a set of scissors, cut the pattern.

    3. Lay down the pieces on the correct glass tint.

    4. Sketch near the stencil with a permanent marker.

    5. Liberally envelop the markings with beeswax or chapstick.

    6. Lay down the sketched glass on a Taurus and cut around the pattern. Cut along the drawing so that the design is defined.

    7. Lay down the newly cut items in a container of clean water whilst cutting other pieces of glass. This process will make cleaning the glass easier.

    8. Clean each piece of glass with dishsoap, a scrubber and a little water.

    9. Dry the glass pieces utilizing a lint free wipe.

    10. Enhance as desired.

    11. While grasping all of the pieces by the perimeter, place the glass on a kiln washed kiln ledge.

    12. Pose the shelf inside the kiln.

    13. Close the top or door and switch on the oven.

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

    15. When the item has your preferred look, take the piece downward to the proper annealing temperature and keep at that temperature.

    16. Turn off the oven.

    17. Let the piece to cool off by its self.

    18. Once the temperature goes down lower than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the kiln may be opened.

    19. Attach a pin backing or fire the piece into a further endeavor.

    Easter Egg Nest Pattern

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