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  • Debbie serriano
    Debbie serriano Schenectady, NY
    on Oct 21, 2012

    these are very cool do you have directions as to what type of glue you used or how the process of adding the pieces thanks Debbie

  • Susan S
    Susan S Fredericksburg, VA
    on Oct 21, 2012

    Hello Leah R. and welcome to HT! Wonderful job on these!!! LOVE THEM ALL!! 1st rule of HT is - if you're NOT a blogger (which I am NOT) ya gotta be ready for a gazillion questions. We always want to know every last detail, especially the "HOW TO" process, what kind of adhesive etc. etc.

  • Susan S
    Susan S Fredericksburg, VA
    on Oct 21, 2012

    OKAAAAAA - let me amend that statement!! LOL You aren't all that new to HT - I see you have posts going back to the summer w/your garden boxes, which also looked awesome BTW!! I thought you had just made your first post with your glass creations. Anyway - now you have more followers so get busy sharing more of your talents w/us!!

  • Leah R
    Leah R Craig, CO
    on Oct 22, 2012

    Thank you for the compliments! We usually just pick up random pieces of glass at yard sales or thrift shops here and there. Then it usually all ends up strung across our living room! It takes time to piece the glass together, it works best if you let it "build itself" so to speak. We use a product called Household Hogar to bond the glass pieces together. My husband added some solar lights in between some of the glass pieces as well. It is time consuming as you can only add one piece at a time and let the adhesive bond for about 12 hours before continuing on to add the next piece.

  • Bernice H
    Bernice H Woodburn, OR
    on Oct 22, 2012

    Hi Leah, Love your creations, I do this too, but I am amazed at how pretty yours are.Very unusual, and creative. What do you do with all of them?Gift them? Sell them? I get blocked sometimes on what to build and with what. I have found I can glue at least 2 pieces, and another 2 pieces for the same "creation" at the same time. Speeds it up a little. I see a couple of your pieces I would have had a hard time using...just out of fear maybe they are "valuable". But how "valuable" can they be? And I dont know anything about valuable glass anyway! ha. Love your stuff! Continuing on.....I have used E6000, didnt like it at all. I usually use clear silicone caulking. It doesnt run like E6. I made several comments on the pictures, so won't repeat, you might want to check out my "stuff" too, and give me some POINTERS...I have 3 tiers I use MYSELF, I love them so much!

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