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Robinj 2009-09-05 5:08pm

Wow, this sounds great -- and just in time for Christmas!

patienthand 2009-11-02 1:40pm

Yes, the get ready for christmas frenzy is about to begin. Get your tuts, turn on your torches and start practicing.. santa will be here sooner than you think...

Candice

Alisa 2009-11-06 7:38pm

Great tutorial! Thanks! aill have to try these when i get the materials ordered! Alisa

patienthand 2009-11-09 4:41pm

Thanks for the kind words, I hope you enjoy it, and always feel free tpo contact me with questions.

Candice

mnoelker 2009-11-09 5:20pm

I was lucky enough to receive some of the ornaments Candice used to make her tut. Here is some eye candy!







Can't wait to put them on the tree again this year!

khammil 2009-12-17 7:23pm

Does anybody know of a source that currently has 10-12mm Lauscha tubing in stock? http://www.crloo.com is out of stock in all colors - they only have the larger 20-30mm Lauscha tubing in stock.

s38hyler 2010-01-01 9:02pm

Wow I love the icicle with the blown ball on top, I wish I was skilled enough to play with tubing, hopefully one day. Those would look really pretty on my tree, well one day maybe.
Sandra

patienthand 2010-10-29 6:38am

I am getting requests for info thats in this thread, so I am bumping it

glassactcc 2010-10-29 10:12am

Glad you bumped it. Made me buy one:)

Frit Diva 2010-10-29 10:18am

This is an excellent tutorial, I think just about everyone can benefit from Candice's wealth of knowledge and thorough presentation. Just get one, you know you want it!


Jo

midniteburner 2010-10-29 1:55pm

It's an awesome tutorial!!!!

Sara

patienthand 2010-10-29 4:58pm

argh... I am having issues with my web site.. and the person who ius supposed to fix it for me.... the auto download thing is not working. But if you do paypal through the site, I get notified in my email and send the PDF to the email addy that pay pal has.

sorry for any confusion. I am not a web person, and have the flu right now.. but I promise you will get your file in short order. I check my email at least twice a day.

Candice

BellaBean 2010-12-05 7:24am

Hi Candice-
I just bought the tutorial. It looks like the auodownload still isn't working. I'll keep an eye on my email for the tut.

patienthand 2010-12-05 10:19am

Bella, Its been sent by email. I apologize for the delay. I am away from home, which is unusual for me. But a fellow glass person's oldest child is graduating from boot camp and I am watching the other kids while they are up at the ceremony. Looks like I may be here an extra night, its snowing heavily and they may not get out of there today. Hopefully my email went through with your tutorial. I apologize, and it is very unusual for me not to have them to someone in less than 24 hours

Candice

jeepinwelch 2010-12-05 11:33am

I have playing with your tutorial and have been having a blast with the icicles! I made my first blown ornament and even though it's not great it will be going on my tree. Thank you for putting together this tutorial!

patienthand 2010-12-05 5:29pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by jeepinwelch (Post 3312001)
I have playing with your tutorial and have been having a blast with the icicles! I made my first blown ornament and even though it's not great it will be going on my tree. Thank you for putting together this tutorial!

oh thank you for posting this,. it made my day. Its nice to get feedback adn know the tut is being used and enjoyed.

Lampwork49 2013-11-24 9:11pm

This is going to sound a little strange as I have been lampworking for many years. I have just not worked with with tubing. But here is the question: do you have to leave an opening when you are making ornaments. Or can the bulb be sealed. Like if you want to pull the glass on top to make the loop
Thx

nevadaglass 2013-11-25 8:06am

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lampwork49 (Post 4464644)
This is going to sound a little strange as I have been lampworking for many years. I have just not worked with with tubing. But here is the question: do you have to leave an opening when you are making ornaments. Or can the bulb be sealed. Like if you want to pull the glass on top to make the loop
Thx

I don't want to take anything away from Patienthand - I am very familiar with her skills and when going down this post, I interpreted all the comments about blowouts to be in reference to blowing out the initial form. So my 2 cp is blow a hole. I haven't seen her tut, but her skills are top notch so in terms of creating a hole in the ornament for loops or not - DO whatever the recommendation is in the tutorial - Her ornaments are impeccable so I would follow her advice. Having said that - may need to go buy that tutorial or at least put it on my Santa wish list!!! /wink

Guess it really depends on how they are built - I assumed the last thing that goes on is the loop. If you heat up that big bubble on top too much and no hole - issues.


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