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joan wrote:I saw, I think in GPQ, where wax paper is used as a base for constructing snowflakes and glueing them together. The snowflake doesn't stick to the wax paper once the glue has dried. Clear nailpolish was used to glue the pieces together. I tried it, and it didn't leave any residue, plus it dried really quickly. I did vent the kiln till the nail polish burned off. I've also been doing a lot of Christmas ornaments, but I'm not sure about the best way to hang them. I am only using single thickness glass with design elements because I want to make them as simple as possible so I can sell them at a reasonable price. Some of the things I've tried for hanging the ornaments were to fuse some nichrome wire for hangers. This worked well, but I had to use a second layer of glass. Then I tried glueing the hooks on with E6000. This didn't work, I was able to pull the hooks off with little effort. I also tried glueing with silicone glue, and this seemed to work best, but is messy. I've drilled holes in the tops. This also works well but is really time consuming. Does anyone have a better method for applying hangers to single thickness ornaments?
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