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Glass

Explore 58 projects, 43 articles, 9 galleries, 49 videos, and more

Greenhouse Window

Steps:6
Instead of spending the winter gazing through glass panes at frozen flower beds, transform a window into a mini-greenhouse where herbs, houseplants, and even little pots of grass will thrive. For best results, choose a large inset window that receives lots of light.
Materials
  • Measuring tape and ruler
  • 1/2-inch-thick piece of glass
  • Level
  • Pencil
  • Hand saw
  • Molding
  • Sand paper
  • Electric drill
  • Wood putty
  • Paint
  • Felt dot or plastic glide
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Personalized Monogram Etched Mirrors

Other Ideas:
Glass etching, Mirrors
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How to Make Glass Votives for July Fourth

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Sea-Glass Earrings

Steps:3
It's easy to transform gently wave-worn remnants such as sea glass into beautiful earrings.
Materials
  • Sea-glass shards
  • Plastic container of water
  • Safety glasses
  • Pencil
  • Craft drill, such as Stylus rotary tool kit by Dremel, from Lowe's
  • No. 61 drill bit, from Metalliferous
  • Earring wires (we used 0.029-inch sterling-silver earring wire, from Metalliferous)
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How to Make a Jar-O-Lattern

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Dreadful Candy Jar Labels

Steps:3
Creepy labels spell out what's in store for those brave enough to reach inside.
Materials
  • Mismatched glass containers
  • Assorted black candy, such as striped licorice sticks, gummy bites, and jelly beans
  • Self-adhesive paper (8165), by Avery
  • Clip-art labels
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