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Marble ?

Posted by perk2 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 14, 10 at 9:51

I have some left over half marbles from my bowling ball project. I want to glue them on a square glass vase and drill a hole in the bottom of the vase for a night light to go in. My question is: What type of glue (that would dry clear) would I use? For the bowling balls I used GE Silicone II. I'm wondering if I could use that although it doesn't dry so clear.

Thanks for any help you can share.

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RE: Marble ?

This is what I use. I buy it from Hobby Lobby when I have a 40% off coupon :^)
It doesn't last forever, so I buy a small tube each time.

Here is a link that might be useful: link

RE: Marble ?

Thanks jaybird, I have E6000 here as well. I'll try that.
Do you have any pictures of yours (vases)?

RE: Marble ?

That sounds like a great idea. I got the materials to put a fishbowl upside down on a flower pot. Cover the bowl with half marbles and insert a string of Christmas lights. It is still sittign here waiting to be done.

Actually I forgot about it until I ead this post.

At least that is what I'm saying!

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