|Originally sharp angles turned chubby after a stop in the kiln.|
You might remember that I tried my hand at melting glass into little jewelry bits last month. The pieces went in the kiln and later I picked them up and put them on strings and chains. Here's how they turned out!
|This was the largest piece. Fairly heavy, too. Not sure I'll wear it but it's neat.|
|I wish the picture were clearer so you could see its pleasing |
purple/burgundy base color that feels right for fall.
|Again, not the greatest photo, but one of my favorite pieces. I like its transparency.|
It's interesting how the glass melted in layers, giving a different look when viewed from the front, side or back. See ~
I haven't decided what to do with all these glass necklaces now, but it was definitely fun to make them. Next time I'll try to create some matching earrings, perhaps.