Leprechaun shoes are the ideal addition for your St. Patrick's Day patterns. They are whimsical and are sure to get attention when turned into a pin for your favorite Saint Patty’s day outfit.
Leprechauns are known as shoe menders, who enjoy doing practical jokes. His attire consists of his square-cut coat, cocked hat and of course his cobbler shoes.
The bottom of the piece is made using black glass then the top of the shoe is cut out of brown glass. There is a tiny piece for the buckle and it has been cut out of yellow glass.
Materials:PatternBottom of shoe glassTop of shoe glassBuckle glass Glass cleaner of choiceChap Stick or BeeswaxGlass sawFiber PaperKilnPrepared kiln shelfProtective glassesTwo part EpoxyPin Back
1. Reproduce the guide on thicker paper.
2. Using a pair of scissors, cut out the guide.
3. Lay down the members on the suitable glass color.
4. Copy around the design using a permanent pen.
5. Generously protect the traced design with beeswax or chapstick.
6. Lay down the sketched glass on a glass saw and cut around the guide. Cut close to sketching so that the design is precise.
7. Lay down the recently cut sections in a bowl of fresh water while cutting any other glass. This process will make clean up easier.
8. Cleanse every piece with detergent, a scrubby and a little water.
9. Dry all of the pieces using a lint-free wipe.
10. Adorn as desired.
11. While grasping all of the pieces by the perimeter, position the items on a prepared kiln shelf.
12. Pose the kiln shelf in the unit.
13. Close up the lid or door and switch on the oven.
14. Sporting eye wear with IR and UV shield, view the glass at roughly 1325 degrees Fahrenheit.
15. As soon as the item has the wanted appearance, take the item down to the suitable anneal temperature and hold.
16. Switch off the oven.
17. Permit the project to cool off on its own.
18. Once the temperature drops beneath 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the unit can be opened.
19. Glue on a pin back or fuse the item into a further venture.
Leprechaun Shoes Pattern
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