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Glass art : the easy way to a stained glass look
Plaid Enterprises.
Publication Information:
New York : Sterling Pub. Co., [1998]

Physical Description:
128 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
General Note:
"A Sterling/Chapelle book."

Includes index.
Added Corporate Author:
Format :


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Central Library TT298 .G567 1998 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area

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The great artists of cathedral windows began it. Louis Comfort Tiffany perfected it And now you can explore it -- the look of stained glass. Almost any glass surface can glow with brilliant color. With glass paint -- not real stained glass -- these simple instructions and imaginative designs turn any window in your home into a work of art. Or paint a glass art border to frame an outdoor view. You can paint a piece of glass or plastic and hang it in a window for amazingly versatile moods, for holidays, for parties, or simply for your own pleasure. Besides these vertical techniques, you'll find complete instructions for three-dimensional projects, ranging from jars and display plates to self-adhering sun-catchers for windows or patio doors. The materials you need are inexpensive, and you get dozens of patterns, many full-sized, appropriate for every type of project. Best of all, the photo gallery of finished designs will stir your imagination and show you all the places in your home where glass art can charm and inspire.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. 6
Application Techniquesp. 9
Small Glass Art Projectsp. 18
Total Window Designsp. 21
Sassy Suncatchersp. 56
Accessories for Home Decorp. 85
Desktop Delightsp. 115
Product Sourcesp. 126
Metric Conversion Chartp. 127
Indexp. 128

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