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  • Cut the following:
    Two strips of clear glass 1" wide. by 6 1/2" long, two strips 1” wide by 4 1/2" long. Two strips of opaque or transparent glass of choice 1” wide by 6 ” long and two strips of opaque or transparent glass of choice 1” wide by 4 ” long.
  • Situate the clear pieces in a rectangle. (pattern runs clockwise).
  • Apply a tiny piece of glue to the colored pieces of glass and lay them on the clear rectangle with joints overlapping (pattern running counter clockwise).
  • Select decorative elements and adhere them to the colored glass with a minimal dot of glue.
  • Transfer the project to the kiln and place on a piece of thin fire paper.  Fire the glass at 300 degrees per hour to 1150, hold 15 minutes, then 9999 to 1470 degrees and hold until completely fused (approximately 15 minutes).  Hold the kiln at 960 degrees (anneal the glass) an hour. Allow the kiln to cool  to room temperature before opening.    
  • Adhere the fused glass frame to a suitable picture easel back using silicone or E6000.

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