After I made the green solar light sculptures, I wanted something for the middle. They looked kind of lonely in the yard. So I gathered up some of that darker, evergreen-colored glass and saw what I had to make a slim sculpture.
I liked the variety of pieces I had on hand already, so I went right to work.
… and assemble.
I had two different candy dishes that worked nicely together to create a sort of finial.
They blend in well with the other sculptures I have in the yard, too.
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As all the others, I just love it! Do you have any problem with the glue not adhering after it’s been outside for a time? I’m desperately seeking a good glue that stays stuck on surfaces like glass and ceramics.
Thanks, June! I use Household Hogar from Goop and it works really well. You have to use it outside (it’s smelly) but it has lasted through the winter months and the summer heat. I keep all the sculptures outside all year and they’ve stayed in tact.