Stained Glass Suncatcher

Angela Smith from Baltimore, Md., has always been an avid fan of stained glass and has proven time and time again the versatility of this medium. In this project, she reveals her process for a whimsical suncatcher.

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Materials and Tools:

scrap glass
glass globs
copper foil
soldering iron
solder

Steps:

1. Pick a bunch of scrap glass pieces from scrap bins. Add some coordinating glass globs.

2. Arrange on table until design is pleasing.

3. Foil all the pieces.

4. Solder everything together.

Web site: www.africansand.com

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