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From: EGGS4ART7/2/15 3:22 PM 
To: All  (1 of 3) 

I would love to know what would be the best method of applying polymer clay to round globes or eggs.  I want to completely cover them with a sheet of clay.  I want to make sure that the clay thickness is even and prevent air pockets under the clay.  I'm working on some clear glass round globe vases.  Thanks in advance for any tips.  If anyone has a tutorial let me know.


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From: Stephen (SDROSS) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host7/2/15 7:04 PM 
To: EGGS4ART  (2 of 3) 
 71144.2 in reply to 71144.1 

For a tutorial you could try Leigh's Jack-O-Lantern Glass. There's some cane stuff but it also shows how to cover a glass with clay. Might help...


From: Melody017/4/15 11:42 AM 
To: EGGS4ART  (3 of 3) 
 71144.3 in reply to 71144.1 

Susan, The following list of URL's from my "Magic Archive" may OR MAY NOT have the info you are looking for. It is often the entire thread that has useful info, even if I just provide a link to one specific post in the thread. Hope you can find something that is helpful.

Sherry: on covering glass


covering glass info from the "Magic Archive" (and  Barbara’s votive suggestion)


generic covering glass info; scroll down to glass.

If you go to the glassattic table of contents you may be able to do some more specific searches. FABULOUS resource!


Genesis Thick Medium  MK


Eva doesn’t use glue


Tonja’s tute list from You Tube videos


general covering info


Rebecca covering glass


covering glass hints Tx Becca


cleaning prior to covering?


covering glass jugs




 cracking of clay Jackie


covering Real eggs


blowing out eggs and adding plug so you can’t see hole Heidi:


Sobo glue and covering eggs


Plastic eggs, see other posts in thread too’(also papier mache eggs)

Scott's eggs using plastic eggs as a baking mold


Links to resources of how to back sheet of clay slices with trans


How to produce smooth sheet of cane slices


layered look



Trans sheet for covering things


Anita in AZ


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