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Stained Glass Window Mosaic

Posted by cuttingup (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 13, 06 at 20:59

I am trying to use up my small pieces of stained glass. I am in the process of doing a 6 panel window using small stained glass pieces using a mosaic method. The glue I bought said you need to let it set for 2 min. before you apply it to the surface. Some of my pieces are very small and this is very time consuming. I am using Carpenter's Goop [glue says it is waterproof and glues to glass]. Do you think I could spread the whole glass panel with glue and then put down pieces? That would mean some areas would spaces with no glass. Would this give me problems when I go to grout the window? Do you know of a glue to use for outside use that is waterproof and will work on glass and not yellow? I'd appreciate any guidance from you in this matter.Thank you.


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RE: Stained Glass Window Mosaic

Since you have had no one respond to you on this forum, why not try the Garden Junk forum. There are a lot of crafters there who do beautiful mosaic work and they may be able to answer your question. What you are doing, they call 'glass on glass'.

Brenda


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RE: Stained Glass Window Mosaic

I use Mac glue on my mosaic and have been very happy with it. You can buy it online.


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