One thing I like about making glass sculptures is the hunt for materials. That’s as much fun as making the sculptures themselves. It’s especially cool when you suddenly hit on a similar color or design of glass at different places. That’s what happened with this evergreen glass sculpture. Suddenly I started seeing this distinct deep shade of green at various places. I picked up a vase at an estate sale, a candy dish at a rummage, and some dessert cups at Goodwill. Finally, I saw a bowl at thrift store, and I knew I had enough to make a whole sculpture.
This one is going on my porch.
First, I gathered all my pieces together. (They even match my tablecloth!)
Then, glue as usual.
Until, viola! You’re finished.
I really love how it looks when the light hits it.
[easyazon_image align=”right” height=”160″ identifier=”B00UTLAW62″ locale=”US” nw=”y” src=”https://cherieburbach.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/51EI0bosKoL.SL1601.jpg” tag=”wwwthediffere-20″ width=”100″]Want more projects like this? You can find them in my book, [easyazon_link identifier=”B00UTLAW62″ locale=”US” tag=”wwwthediffere-20″]Glass Sculptures: How to Make Beautiful Sculptures for the Garden Using Vases, Bowls, and Other Glass Pieces[/easyazon_link].