Fall Harvest “Stained Glass” Votive

Fall Harvest Stained Glass Votive

Fall Harvest Stained Glass Votive

I know it’s Spring, but I’ve been in fall mode, dreaming up projects for my Lifetime Learning Institute class that begins in September.
This project, the Fall Harvest “Stained Glass” Votive, is so much fun. All you need is small glass votives, a smidgen of black polymer clay, Elmer’s glue, and alcohol inks. You don’t need a pasta machine. You can extrude the clay or roll skinny strings by hand.
Candles lend magic any time of year. If I get my act together, I’ll create some more patterns soon. I’m thinking something summery for candles to use on a patio.

1 Comment on Fall Harvest “Stained Glass” Votive

  1. Zan
    May 18, 2015 at 5:00 pm (3 years ago)

    What a great idea and tutorial! The instructions are clear and fool proof. At least I believe this fool can make some.Thank you for sharing your fantastic idea. Your lucky students are sure to enjoy making this!


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