Are you interested in making a fancy egg for Easter? This is a nice large egg pattern. Embellish the egg with elements like stringers, Glassline paints, etc. Or simply add a large bow for a basic yet elegant appearance. See the pattern below to add a bow.
Easter just wouldn’t be the same without a few Easter Eggs. Who doesn't love wearing festive pins for the holiday? They won’t need to be scuttling around a dewy damp lawn on Easter morning looking for Easter eggs when they wear one of these. With this easy pattern you could make eggs for everyone this holiday season.
Materials:PatternGreen glassClear glassWhite Foam glass Glass cleaner of choiceChap Stick or BeeswaxGlass sawFiber PaperKilnPrepared kiln shelfProtective glassesTwo part EpoxyPin Back
1. Print the shape on cardstock.
2. Utilizing a set of clippers, cut the shape.
3. Park the parts on the proper glass tint.
4. Trace about the pattern with a permanent marker.
5. Generously envelop the markings with beeswax or chapstick.
6. Park the sketched glass on a Taurus and cut the shape. Cut close to marking so that the design is exact.
7. Park the newly cut items in a bowl of clean water whilst cutting other pieces of glass. This action will make cleaning the glass easier.
8. Scrub every piece with detergent, a scrubber and some water.
9. Dry the glass pieces using a lint-free wipe.
10. Enhance as preferred.
11. While grasping each of the pieces by the rim, pose the glass on a primed kiln ledge.
12. Pose the shelf in the kiln.
13. Shut the top or door and activate the oven.
14. Dressed in glasses with UV and IR protection, look at the glass at about 1325 degrees Fahrenheit.
15. As soon as the piece has the wanted look, take the item down to the correct anneal temperature and hold.
16. Switch off the unit.
17. Let the project to cool down on its own.
18. When the temperature falls under 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the unit may be opened.
19. Fasten a pin back or fire the item into a different plan.
Fancy Egg Pattern
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