We had fun doing it, we each now have a 6" x 6" plate, and we went out for dinner after. That is having fun with your friends. I cannot recommend "Live, Love, Laugh" Glass highly enough. They supplied all the materials and great instruction. There was a lot of variety in the glass pieces we could choose from to be fused onto the clear glass plates. It was hard to decide, but I think everyone was successful.
Mine is shown above. It has a little more color than the picture shows because the darker pieces at the bottom are iridescent green and some are a brownish color.
I'm the only one whose seen them so far because I just picked them up today.
It really is clear glass. I took the picture out the window with a sheet of white paper behind. The background scene was too distracting without the white paper. I took all the pictures that way. Lively design, Carrie.
It looks like a party!
Love the colors! and the edge is very pretty.
Hope you enjoyed this glass art show. I am posting this in the travel blog instead of the Plum Gallery blog because I considered it an outing more than an art project.