July 11th, 2013 in member junk     
zazzyzee zazzyzee, member
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A cast off retro lamp globe, various other glass globes, vases, shells and landscape silicone all led to an idea--My Garden Totem..
Pattern or design used: My own design - Zee
posted in: member junk, garden, art, sculpture, lamp parts, shells

Comments (5)

zazzyzee writes: Jillie:
Sorry for taking such a long time to answer. You can drill holes or use a strong adhesive. I usually don't drill. I make things for my own use. If I were selling to the public, I might drill instead. Posted: 10:42 am on March 26th
LloydsLandingofSears writes: ALSO, I love mine more when I add a dollar store LED solar light if I can to one of the globes (you'd take the bottom part off that goes into the ground), and make sure the top gets plenty of sunshine so it can recharge. Just a little tip . . . ~Mary~ Posted: 8:48 pm on August 11th
LloydsLandingofSears writes: FYI - I use E6000 adhesive. All you need to do is take some sand paper to each piece where it will contact the next and will have the adhesive applied to it, and proceed, ONE LAYER AT A TIME. LET DRY FOR AN HOUR, then proceed to the next layer. Do not rush it. They didn't build Rome in a day, you know, lol :) It took me a lot of trial and error, and a few tears to come to these conclusions, so I wish you good luck with your future glass projects! ~Mary~ Posted: 8:45 pm on August 11th
zazzyzee writes: I can only think of using Marine Glue or some other strong adhesive. Posted: 5:56 pm on July 23rd
Jillie writes: Love it..... Do you how to attach pipes to back of plates without drilling holes in them Posted: 5:33 pm on July 21st
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