Posted: September 26, 2010 Filed under: Jars and other vessels | Tags: bottle, fimo, glass, green, lamp, light effects, millefiori, polyclay, polymer clay, translucent, transparent, vase
This is a glass bottle covered with green-coloured FIMO millefiori slices. Partly transparent, so when backlit with a little desk lamp, it looks marvelous.
Posted: September 24, 2010 Filed under: Light effects | Tags: blue, fimo, flat, flowers, mat, millefiori, polyclay, polymer clay, tableware, translucent, transparent
This is a polymer clay (FIMO) mat, to be put under your glass to protect the table. Additionally, when backlit with a lamp, it makes nice visual effect, as it is made of semi-transparent FIMO.
It is made using the millefiori technique, which is a descendant of the glass millefiori, used for many centuries with glass (most fameous – Venetian glass).
Posted: September 23, 2010 Filed under: Bowls | Tags: blenda, bowl, bowls, fimo, flowers, glass, green, ikea, lamp, light, millefiori, polyclay, polymer clay, transparent, vessel, vessels
Various green-colored FIMO millefiori canes, mostly transparent, combined over a glass bowl (BLENDA by IKEA). Backlit with a desk lamp.
Posted: September 16, 2010 Filed under: Jars and other vessels | Tags: black, cane, canes, fimo, flower, glass, jar, light, millefiori, polymer clay, recycle, recycled, translucent, transparent, white
Transparent white FIMO and black FIMO; in flower millefiori canes. Plus a recycled preserves jar. Together they make a pretty pencil jar or a lantern, if a tealight is used.
Posted: September 3, 2010 Filed under: Bowls | Tags: blue, bowl, copper, glass, glass painting, light effects, painted glass, sunlight, tealight, transparent, turqouise
One of my first attempts at glass painting – a small glass bowl bought in IKEA.