Publisher description for Stained glass for the first time / Art Glass Originals.

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Counter You've admired the beauty of stained glass objects and now you can make your own--this is the only guide you need to get started! It will tell you all the tools and supplies that are necessary, and the simplest and most efficient techniques that every novice can easily master. Start with eight simple techniques that are the foundation for creating a range of projects. Once you become proficient at them, try your hand at some pieces that go beyond the fundamentals. Find out how to cut glass and put together coasters, paint glass and craft a pansy, use tile grout to assemble a tulip stepping stone, incorporate glass "globs" to fashion a grape cluster, and accent the solderable wire on a vase with beads. Bonus: a gallery section of work from well-known artisans that will inspire you and show you what can be done with more advanced skills. 112 pages (all in color), 8 1/2 x 10.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Glass craft, Glass painting and staining