How Do You Use Sifting Enamels In Fused Glass Art?

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How Do You Use Sifting Enamels In Fused Glass Art?

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Glass sifting enamels are a great way to add color to your fused glass designs. This tutorial will explain how to use glass sifting enamels (such as the Thompson sifting enamels) on fusible glass (such as bullseye glass) to make stunning fused glass beads, hand crafted jewelry and original glass art. Gather your tools, materials and glass fusing supplies. Sketch out a design. Begin the project by cutting a piece of fusible glass to the size needed for your project. This piece of glass will be the base plate. We used bullseye glass and Thompson enamels in this project, but any COE compatible glass designed for fusing is fine. Draw your design with a sharpie marker unto the piece of glass. Note that it is easiest to use clear glass at this stage because you can place the glass over your design and trace it onto the glass. Turn the glass over so that the sharpie is facing down. Your design will be reversed, so bear that in mind when both designing and tracing. Place some enamel in a line

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