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« Chrismas postcard progress | Main | Focused on postcards »

November 20, 2015

Comments

Tina in NJ

I like the red and black vee; very Darth Maul. (Sorry. Got Star Wars on the brain.)

Judy Hudgins

Isn't it great when you get excited about the drawer from a broken dishwasher! We crafters get off on the strangest things.

Rose Mary Flint

I have bars waiting to be cut ... a project further down on my list! How thick are you cutting the pieces? The fired plates I finished in class are very nice, but on the thicker side.

Karen

what a neat gift! I remember you saying dish racks from the washer are the right size for storing glass. I think your glass class is very interesting

shirley bruner

i like all the pieces that you cut. will some of those go on your wall? and a great gift...another glass holder. you have good friends.

Carole @ From My Carolina Home

What beautiful glass pieces, love the swirls and patterns created. I can't wait to see what you do with these!

Laceflower

Looking forward to seeing what you do with these chopped up bar pieces.

Jan O

Beautiful glass pieces - Will some of them be used in your mosaic wall?

Mary Anne

Sandblasting and sawing - sounds like fun! There was sawing going on in my household today too - as Jack installed a new closet rod. We won't mention the air was a tinge blue as he dealt with the fact that our walls are solid cement covered with a thin layer of drywall. Not the easiest to drill into!

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