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Brendalsl wrote:I once made cookie cutters out of brass for my boss (whale shapes). She was surprised.
I found a stainless steel sheet at Lowes. It was a back splash for the wall between the kitchen stove and overhead vent(I don't know what it is called). It's thin enough to cut strips with a paper cutter to a variety of widths. I think I will make some custome molds/dams for myself that are cookie cutter in design. Thanks for such a cool idea. I just have to figure out what type of solder to us to join the seam. The solder would need to have a hotter melting point than the glass.
Sherry Selevan wrote:Hi Lauri --
What a great idea. I'm ready!
Do you bisque fire in your glass kiln? If so, what schedule do you use? (There's a business where they'll do that here, but if they're busy it can take a while for them to get to it.)
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