Flower vase, Beach House Decor, Gift for Couple, Hostess Gift, Ikebana Vases, Beach House Gift

Flower vase, Beach House Decor, Gift for Couple, Hostess Gift, Ikebana Vases, Beach House Gift

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Materials

Enamels, Glass

This flower vase will be great as a beach house decor.

This ikebana flower vase will be welcome as a gift for couple or hostess gift.

Ikebana (means make flowers alive) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement. Flowers, blossoms, branches, leaves and stems find new life as materials for art making. In contrast to the western habits of casually placing flowers in a vase. Ikebana aims to bring out the inner qualities of flowers and other live materials and express emotion.
You can now make your own ikebana!

This light blue fused glass ikebana vase makes a great gift for party host, holiday, anytime - or - just for yourself!

Dimensions: ikebana vase 3.5 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches
Frog is included

To create an Ikebana vase I first cut 2 glasses of same size. Then I clean each square very carefully. If I do not clean them well, then grease will appear in the final fused glass piece. I put 2 squares one on top of the other which later in the kiln and because of hit will join together.

A kiln is used to make the glass molten and to join two or more pieces of glass. The glasses inside the kiln arrive to a temperature of about 1450 Fahrenheit. As glass heats up, it expands and when it cools down it contracts. The pace at which it expands can be measured. Distinct glass expands and contracts at various rates. When glass is heated, it softens and if more heat is applied, it begins to melt and flow. When heated further, they will melt together, flatten out, and become one solid piece of glass.

Once the first firing called full fused is finished I remove the fused piece, have a look at it and if I'm happy with it I then positioned the new strong piece of glass on top of a mold and placed back into the kiln and heated up to where they slump into the prepared shape. Generally this movement occurs around 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. Soon after the piece is removed from the kiln I sandblast it to give an opaque finishing which I love. Lots of work behind each piece!

Fused Glass technique is about glasses that have been heated in a kiln to the point where at least two separate pieces of glass are permanently joined as one without losing their individual color.

Handmade in Canada by Award Winning Artist

Looking for more choices? Looking for Home decor, Judaica and Jewelry? Please visit my home page to view the full selection: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/GlassbyMarcela
This flower vase will be great as a beach house decor.

This ikebana flower vase will be welcome as a gift for couple or hostess gift.

Ikebana (means make flowers alive) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement. Flowers, blossoms, branches, leaves and stems find new life as materials for art making. In contrast to the western habits of casually placing flowers in a vase. Ikebana aims to bring out the inner qualities of flowers and other live materials and express emotion.
You can now make your own ikebana!

This light blue fused glass ikebana vase makes a great gift for party host, holiday, anytime - or - just for yourself!

Dimensions: ikebana vase 3.5 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches
Frog is included

To create an Ikebana vase I first cut 2 glasses of same size. Then I clean each square very carefully. If I do not clean them well, then grease will appear in the final fused glass piece. I put 2 squares one on top of the other which later in the kiln and because of hit will join together.

A kiln is used to make the glass molten and to join two or more pieces of glass. The glasses inside the kiln arrive to a temperature of about 1450 Fahrenheit. As glass heats up, it expands and when it cools down it contracts. The pace at which it expands can be measured. Distinct glass expands and contracts at various rates. When glass is heated, it softens and if more heat is applied, it begins to melt and flow. When heated further, they will melt together, flatten out, and become one solid piece of glass.

Once the first firing called full fused is finished I remove the fused piece, have a look at it and if I'm happy with it I then positioned the new strong piece of glass on top of a mold and placed back into the kiln and heated up to where they slump into the prepared shape. Generally this movement occurs around 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. Soon after the piece is removed from the kiln I sandblast it to give an opaque finishing which I love. Lots of work behind each piece!

Fused Glass technique is about glasses that have been heated in a kiln to the point where at least two separate pieces of glass are permanently joined as one without losing their individual color.

Handmade in Canada by Award Winning Artist

Looking for more choices? Looking for Home decor, Judaica and Jewelry? Please visit my home page to view the full selection: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/GlassbyMarcela

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