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November 25th, 2016

ArtGlass Clay and Dichroic Extract Flower Pendant Tutorial

With ArtGlass Clay, you can create unusual patterns and textures in glass easily and quickly. Art-Glass Clay has allowed me a freedom to work with glass in a new way. It gives the freedom to shape glass without heat into very detailed patterns or shapes. In keeping with my love of all things dichroic, I have chosen to use another new product called Dichroic Extract from Coatings by Sandberg to add the shimmer of color to the surface of my ArtGlass Clay work.

Here’s what you’ll need:

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Tools:
Texture stamp sheet from BarbaraMcQuire.com
Silicone mold from Wilton.com for the flower
Clay circle die cutter from Wilton.com
Clay roller (I use a short piece of PVC pipe)
A freezer or dry ice
Small round or triangular diamond file
Sandpaper
Spray bottle with water or hair spray
Soft brush
Hot plate or oven
Kiln with controller
ArtGlass Clay and Dichroic Extract
Supplies:
2 colors of ArtGlass clay: French Vanilla and Pine Green
One dichroic glass cabochon available from PaulaRadke.com
One jar of dichroic extract from CoatingsbySandberg.com (I used a Blue/Gold color)
24 inches of leather, color of your choice (I used 1.5mm silver blue from FireMountainGems.com)
6 Dichroic beads from PaulaRadke.com

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