For A Sparkling Stained Glass Finish This stained glass tutorial exposes the myth of polish and wax. In I share expert tips on polishing, applying patina and waxing copper foiled projects. This is the last thing … (read more)
Say goodbye to lumpy solder lines and start creating wonderfully smooth solder seams by following these simple instructions. You’ll find out about a magic tip cleaner too!
Find out the secrets of getting a sparkling finish to your stained glass. Cleaning, polishing and patina are the last steps; make sure you do yourself and your work proud!
How To Make An LED Backlight For A Stained Glass Panel Backlighting is a great way to display your stained glass as it creates an even and controlled environment both day and night. It eliminates … (read more)
This is such a fun project for your grand/children. What pleasure the children get from it, and you never know; maybe it will inspire a new generation of stained glass artists in the future. We … (read more)
The Secrets Of Neat Copper Foiling This instruction on how to make stained glass shows you how to wrap and burnish your stained glass pieces neatly with copper foil. This is so that you can … (read more)
Stained glass lamps are a spectacular way to add colour and light into your room without the difficulty of electrical wiring. Have you always wanted to make a stained glass lamp before but never felt … (read more)
Stained Glass Christmas Tree Pattern This stained glass Christmas tree pattern is a spectacular 4-sided festive delight. It would look great as a table decoration as it stands up on its own. The pattern could … (read more)
Stained Glass Foiling – Fixing Common Copper Foil Errors This video goes through two of the most common stained glass foiling mistakes. looks at what you can do when the copper foil isn’t centred properly … (read more)
This is the second of three videos exploring Stained Glass Plating (layering). The first video concentrated on the ‘big names in plating’, Tiffany and Robert Oddy, showing how they used plating to bring their stained … (read more)
Welcome to Plating. What do you think of when I say that word? If it’s ‘FOOD’, you’re in good company! Thankfully for us, it applies to both food (lovely) AND stained glass (even more lovely). … (read more)