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If anyone is interested

Posted by taigen (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 1, 06 at 21:53

Today I finished cutting grinding and foiling the pieces for the stained glass dragonfly favors we are using in our garden wedding this summer. If anyone would like a copy of the pattern I designed you are welcome to it. I will try and post a photo link as soon as I have more time. Just print it off and cut out the numbered pieces. They are a very simple design and any beginner in stained glass would certainly be able to make these. I have made 60 for our wedding all different body colours, the wings I made from irradescnet krinkle glass that gives a good impression of the veingin in an insects wings. It is late here tonight but I hope maybe sometime tomorrow to post the image.

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RE: If anyone is interested

Oh My gosh, and I thought making 40 M & M bundles was a lot of work. Having done stained glass before, I am impressed with you doing 60! Bravo!


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