What to do with clear glass that is too scummifying for encasing? Cover it with frit! This is a clear base with celadon frit (from the Creation is Messy (CiM) line) The raised dots are light aqua.
Celadon base with leaky pen frit (CiM), and light red raised dots. I had another rod of celadon that wasn’t quite as shocky as the first one. It’s a pretty green. It’s also from CiM.
Black and clear base, covered with celadon frit. Turqoise and white dots, light aqua raised dots on the sides.
Black base covered with celadon frit, with light aqua raised dots.
Celadon and clear base, with leaky pen frit. Light red and white dots, light red raised dots on the sides.
An assortment of spacers
The whole set! I was going to make this into two separate sets, but I liked how they went together, so now it is one big one. I am calling it “Splattered” because of all the frit.
Some notes on celadon:
- some of it was shocky as hell, I mean so shocky that nothing I tried helped. I put it even close to the outside of the flame, and chunks of it just started flying off.
- the rod that wasn’t super shocky was a very nice, streaky colour. I worked it carefully because I was paranoid about it being shocky. It was quite stiff, too.