and she can’t find her glue …
The vintage window was a gift from my sister friend, Tilly Evan Jones … it sat around for a couple of years waiting and wanting. Finally glued a bunch of my vintage glass collection to it.
All you need is a sturdy window (or frame) with good glass, wheeled glass nippers, small hammer, hand towel, safety glasses, random glass objects and e6000 adhesive. This project must be glued in a well ventilated area … without the kids and pets.
Break glass dishes under a dish towel with a small hammer and gentle hand or use wheeled glass nippers to break up glass objects.
FYI … There are glass plates that will shatter into a BAZILLION PIECES without warning so … don’t be … going to use the word stupid – because it really is … ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES when cutting glass or tile and do a different project with the kids.
All gung-ho to start the next glass on glass vintage window project and didn’t have any clear e6000 adhesive … have tried Weldbond, Liquid Nails and Lexel … BIG NOPE …
So glass that all the box stores, hardware stores, Michael’s, Target and Walmart all carry Clear e6000 adhesive now. Make sure you buy Clear.
The pieces fell into place quite nicely.
Just lovely, don’t you think?