Blood Thirsty Vampire Teeth
These vampire teeth are set in a blood red mouth with yellow gums and a black interior. Vampire fangs are long and pointed and these are no exception.
Add a little red Glassline paint to these Dracula fangs if desired to give the impression of fresh blood sucking. Or some black paint to outline the teeth themselves if desired.
Another evil pattern that is sure to be a hit for the upcoming holiday. This design would make a fantastic Halloween pin or pendent. Make several for all of your friends and family members.
Materials:Red mouth glassBlack inside mouth glass Yellow gum glassWhite teeth glass PatternGlass cleaner of choiceChap stick or BeeswaxGlass sawFiber PaperKilnPrepared kiln shelfProtective glassesTwo part EpoxyPin Back
1. Copy and using scissors cut the guide.
2. Rest the sections on the right shade glass and sketch near the stencil with a permanent marker. Liberally cover up the drawing with beeswax or Chap Stick.
3. A glass saw is desirable to cut the pattern. Follow on the outline to preserve the form and all the precise fine points.
4. Cleanse with dish soap and dip in plain water or use glass cleaner to delete the pen marks and residue. Dry the pieces.
5. Place the parts on an all set up kiln shelf and arrange the shelf in the unit. At all times grip the glass by the perimeter to prevent fingerprints.
6. Close up the top or door. Start the oven.
7. Observe the fused piece at nearly 1325 degrees Fahrenheit. Whenever glimpsing at your pieces put on glasses with IR and UV protection.
8. Once the glass possesses your sought after appearance, shut down and unplug the oven. If the unit is built with thick fire bricks, you can allow it to cool off on its own. On the other hand if it is built with ceramic fiber, the oven must be kept on and monitored so that it doesn’t cool down more than about 300 degrees Fahrenheit an hour.
9. Once the pyrometer falls under 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the kiln may be opened.
10. As soon as the glass has cooled down to room temperature, you can add a pin back. Adhere the pin back with a two part epoxy.
Vampire Teeth Pattern
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