What are the pseudo materials used to make stained-glass-like art?
[2009-06-09 09:50:48]

Q: I want to do some glass art with my teens. There were some materials that my husband use to use that would simulate stained glass. It was a black sustance that you "draw" onto the glass, let dry and then paint. Anybody know what I'm talking about?

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[2009-03-09 13:21:34]
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I want to learn to do stained glass art and I'm starting to research it. One thing I don't quite understand is if most crafters buy pre-colored glass, create their own (with chemicals) or paint their glass. I'm also looking for more info on framing the glass as an actual window as opposed to...

Right now the hobby of stained glass is very expensive. When I first started a roll of solder was 5.99 now it runs around 15.99-17.99. Copper foil is out of sight as well. Your supplies to get started are kind of expensive because you want a high quality soldering iron that will hold a steady...

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