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Fashion squares Simple and timeless - you will love this plant plug for years to come. And this is a part that can be built relatively quickly. The actual glass part only consists of 4 glass squares. I have deliberately chosen strong and refreshing colors. This glass work is a very decorative addition to the balcony box, in larger houseplants and of course in the garden.
detailed assembly instructions Garden Sticks metal frame In these very detailed instructions I show how you can build a great plant plug with very little effort. You need some glass and a few pieces of metal profiles. All of this is available from well-stocked glass designer shops. You only need a few “non-glass” tools, such as a small hacksaw and a metal file and side cutters. Have fun with the glass design!
Diamond In my work you will always find high quality pressed and cut glass stones. The small square faceted glass stones used here shine beautifully in the light. The stones are handcrafted using traditional glassmaking methods. Glass rods heated in a flame are pressed with profile pliers. This is how small structured cakes are created. These are cut and broken, sanded and polished. In this way, a visually high-quality glass block is created in several steps.
Glass This is how you can create a beautiful glass object with little effort - a glass object made from just one pane of glass. In this example I have used an iridescent coated glass from Spectrum. Glass pieces with a particularly interesting color gradient, a special structure or color combination are particularly suitable for this design.
Spot The focus of this design is on the glass square in the middle of the field. For this I chose a piece of Dichroic. “Dichroic” is a coated glass that changes its color depending on the perspective. This glass is quite expensive and is therefore rarely seen in the stained glass design. It's actually a shame, because counted down to the small amount required (as in this piece), the glass is not that expensive at all. Dichroic glass is often offered in connection with fusing glass. You should definitely try Dichroic, I really enjoy working with it - in small pieces, as accents.
Garden Sticks - set colored accents in the garden or in the interior design ..... a real eye-catcher - the right motif for every season - for inside and outside - interior design - garden - balcony
Zebra monochrome opal colored glass can usually only be seen in the glass fusion - a shame actually. This glass is also ideal for other forms of glass design. This certainly includes copper foil technology / stained glass. In the example I used glasses from the Bullseye hut. When selecting the glass, please note that some colors are produced in such a way that they develop their target color, sometimes only after being heated to approx. 800 ° C once. These glasses are called "strikers" or temper colors. If you wish, your glass dealer will find the right glasses for you.
Star Open Space This open star design is something very special. As a rule, glass design works with a closed design - so the background fields are filled with glass - so a colorless structured glass would be soldered in here, for example. But in this design the "background fields" are simply left blank. The plain-colored opal glass from Bullseye is ideal for this type of glass star. This glass works against any background, the colors come into their own even in low light. This plant plug can also be used as a modern glass object in a stone base.
Partylight - V8 This tea light as a garden plug catches the eye with its slim design. For this tealight you need a stainless steel adapter. You can purchase this adapter in some glass shops, or you have to build a comparable solution out of copper tubing (but it doesn't look so filigree). For the exact material name, please refer to the pattern in the free download. Let's have a party!
Wind turbine Even if this glass picture does not turn in the wind, it looks just as dynamic! This wind turbine or abstract flower design consists of circular segments that are easy to cut and break. The transparent, cloudy Spectrum glasses are ideal for this design. Due to the semi-transparent areas in the glass, the background still has an effect - this is especially nice in the garden.
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Garden sticks and party lights
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Fashion squares Simple and timeless - you will love this plant plug for many years to come. And this is a part that can be built relatively quickly. The actual glass part only consists of 4 glass squares. I have deliberately chosen strong and refreshing colors. This glass work is a very decorative addition to the balcony box, in larger houseplants and of course in the garden. Download the pattern here
Garden Sticks - set colored accents in the garden or in room design. .... a real eye-catcher - the right motif for every season - for indoors and outdoors - interior design - garden - balcony
In these very detailed instructions I will show you how you can build a great plant plug with very little effort. You need some glass and a few pieces of metal profiles. All of this is available from well-stocked glass designer shops. You only need a few “non-glass” tools, such as a small hacksaw and a metal file and side cutters. Have fun designing the glass! Download the pattern here
DiamondIn my work you will always find high-quality pressed and cut glass stones. The small square faceted glass stones used here shine beautifully in the light. The stones are handcrafted using traditional glassmaking methods. Glass rods heated in a flame are pressed with profile pliers. This is how small structured cakes are created. These are cut and broken, sanded and polished. The result is a visually high-quality glass block in several steps. Download the pattern here
This is how you can create a beautiful glass object with little effort - a glass object made from just one pane of glass.In this example, I have taken an iridescent coated glass from Spectrum. Glass pieces with a particularly interesting color gradient, a special structure or color combination are particularly suitable for this design. Download the pattern here
Spot The focus of this design is on the glass square in the center of the field. For this I chose a piece of Dichroic. “Dichroic” is a coated glass that changes its color depending on the perspective. This glass is quite expensive and is therefore rarely seen in the stained glass design. It's actually a shame, because counted down to the small amount required (as in this piece), the glass is not that expensive at all. Dichroic glass is often offered in connection with fusing glass. You should definitely try Dichroic, I really enjoy working with it - in small pieces, as accents. Pattern download here
Zebra monochrome opal colored glass can usually only be seen in the glass fusion - a shame actually. This glass is also ideal for other forms of glass design. This certainly includes copper foil technology / stained glass. In the example I used glasses from the Bullseye hut. When selecting the glass, please note that some colors are produced in such a way that they develop their target color, sometimes only after being heated to approx. 800 ° C once. These glasses are called "strikers" or temper colors. If you wish, your glass dealer will find the right glasses for you. Download the pattern here
Star Open SpaceThis open star design is something very special. As a rule, one works in glass design with a closed design - so the background fields are filled with glass - so, for example, a colorless structured glass would be soldered in here. But in this design the "background fields" are simply left blank. The plain-colored opal glass from Bullseye is ideal for this type of glass star. This glass works against any background and the colors come into their own even in low light. This plant plug can also be used as a modern glass object in a stone base. Download the pattern here
Partylight V8This tealight as a garden plug catches the eye with its slim design. For this tealight you need a stainless steel adapter. You can purchase this adapter in some glass shops, or you have to build a comparable solution out of copper tubing (but it doesn't look so filigree). For the exact material designation, please refer to the pattern in the free download. Let's have a party! Pattern download here
Even if this glass picture doesn't turn in the wind, it looks just as dynamic! This wind turbine or abstract flower design consists of circle segments that are easy to cut and break. The transparent, cloudy Spectrum glasses are ideal for this design. Due to the semi-transparent areas in the glass, the background still has an effect - this is especially nice in the garden. Download the pattern here (to follow)
Fashion squares Simple and timeless - you will love this plant plug for years to come. And this is a part that can be built relatively quickly. The actual glass part only consists of 4 glass squares. I have deliberately chosen strong and refreshing colors. This glass work is a very decorative addition to the balcony box, in larger houseplants and of course in the garden.
Garden Sticks - set colored accents in the garden or in the interior design ..... a real eye-catcher - the right motif for every season - for inside and outside - interior design - garden - balcony
Comprehensive building instructions Garden Sticks metal frame In these very detailed instructions I show you how you can build a great plant plug with very little effort. You need some glass and a few pieces of metal profiles. All of this is available from well-stocked glass designer shops. You only need a few “non-glass” tools, such as a small hacksaw and a metal file and side cutters. Have fun with the glass design!
Diamond In my work you will always find high quality pressed and cut glass stones. The small square faceted glass stones used here shine beautifully in the light. The stones are handcrafted using traditional glassmaking methods. Glass rods heated in a flame are pressed with profile pliers. This is how small structured cakes are created. These are cut and broken, sanded and polished. In this way, a visually high-quality glass block is created in several steps.
Glass This is how you can create a beautiful glass object with little effort - a glass object made from just one pane of glass. In this example I have used an iridescent coated glass from Spectrum. Glass pieces with a particularly interesting color gradient, a special structure or color combination are particularly suitable for this design.
Spot The focus of this design is on the glass square in the middle of the field. For this I chose a piece of Dichroic. “Dichroic” is a coated glass that changes its color depending on the perspective. This glass is quite expensive and is therefore rarely seen in the stained glass design. It's actually a shame, because counted down to the small amount required (as in this piece), the glass is not that expensive at all. Dichroic glass is often offered in connection with fusing glass. You should definitely try Dichroic, I really enjoy working with it - in small pieces, as accents.
Zebra monochrome opal colored glass can usually only be seen in the glass fusion - a shame actually. This glass is also ideal for other forms of glass design. This certainly includes copper foil technology / stained glass. In the example I used glasses from the Bullseye hut. When selecting the glass, please note that some colors are produced in such a way that they develop their target color, sometimes only after being heated to approx. 800 ° C once. These glasses are called "strikers" or temper colors. If you wish, your glass dealer will find the right glasses for you.
Star Open Space This open star design is something very special. As a rule, glass design works with a closed design - so the background fields are filled with glass - so, for example, a colorless structured glass would be soldered in here. But in this design the "background fields" are simply left blank. The plain-colored opal glass from Bullseye is ideal for this type of glass star. This glass works against any background and the colors come into their own even in low light. This plant plug can also be used as a modern glass object in a stone base.
Partylight V8 This tea light as a garden plug catches the eye with its slim design. For this tealight you need a stainless steel adapter. You can purchase this adapter in some glass shops, or you have to build a comparable solution out of copper tubing (but it doesn't look so filigree). For the exact material name, please refer to the pattern in the free download. Let's have a party!
Wind turbine Even if this glass picture does not turn in the wind, it looks just as dynamic! This wind turbine or abstract flower design consists of circular segments that are easy to cut and break. The transparent, cloudy Spectrum glasses are ideal for this design. Due to the semi-transparent areas in the glass, the background still has an effect - this is especially nice in the garden.
Inspiration for Glass - Garden sticks and party lights