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Stacked Square Plate Tutorial

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Lots of visitors to the studio have asked if we can post a tutorial on how to make this plate. Here it is! What you’ll need: An 8” square base. I used Black (100).9 each: 1/2”, 1”, 1 1/2”, 2” squaresGlastacCraft CupsEither Clear Steel Needle-Tip Bottle for Glastac, or a thin tipped brush, like our Long Liner BrushBullseye Shelf Primer or ThinfireAunt Martha’s Towels or other lint free towelSpartan Glass Cleaner Instructions: Put down 4 craft cups to elevate your 8” square. Choose the colors you like best. Use as many as you want! I chose to have a reaction between each one of my...

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Minimize Curved Edges When Slumping a Deep Square

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After fusing, I went to place the piece on the mold, and DUH! Way too big! OH NO! WHAT TO DO? Well, I didn't want to saw off my border, so I did a brain scramble to find a way to use the mold to get the thing slumped. Here's what I did, and the result I stumbled upon was a fix for an old problem...


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