Candy Corn Dish

 

Products Used

Bisque
  • GM-112 Square Footed Bowl
Glass
  • Black Opaque Glass, Orange Opaque Glass, Yellow Opaque Glass, White Opaque Glass, Clear Glass
Additional Materials
  • Glass Cutter, Glass Nippers, Grinding Machine, Glass Separator, Thin Fire Paper, Glass Cleaner of choice
Candy corn dish glass

Designer: Pauline WynDham
 

Instructions

  1. Cut two pieces of Black Opaque Glass to 7" x 7". Clean with glass cleaner of choice and place in kiln on Thin Fire paper.
  2. Cut 2, ⅜" x 12" strips of Yellow Opaque Glass, and 2 ⅜" x 12" strips of White Opaque glass and 2 ½" x 12" strips of Orange Opaque Glass.
  3. Line the glass on thin fire paper with the yellow on the bottom, orange in the middle and white on top in two areas. Place a 12" x 1 ¼" piece of clear glass over each set.
  4. Do a full fuse for all of the above pieces. We used this schedule to fuse these pieces. Please remember that any "generic" schedule is meant as a starting point.  Your project, your kiln and your desired results are all variables that will likely be reasons to adjust this schedule. Remember to fuse and anneal for the thickest part of the glass.
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      1

      300

      900

      15

      2

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      3

      100

      1250

      120

      4

      9999

      1475

      10

      5

      9999

      960

      60

      6

      100

      800

      0

      7

      200

      700

      0

      8

      400

      100

      0

     

  5. Cut glass strips into triangles using glass nippers. Clean up the edges with a glass grinder. Wash with glass cleaner of choice.
  6. Place on the black square as if candy would be in a dish.
  7. Fire to a tack fuse. Please remember that any "generic" schedule is meant as a starting point.  Your project, your kiln and your desired results are all variables that will likely be reasons to adjust this schedule. Remember to fuse and anneal for the thickest part of the glass.  We used this schedule to do our tack fuse.
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      50

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      1350

      10

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      960

      60

      6

      50

      800

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      7

      100

      700

      0

      8

      200

      100

      0

     

  8. Clean glass with glass cleaner of choice and place on GM-112 SQ Dish Mold that has been prepared with separator of choice.
  9. Slum fire this piece into this mold.  We used this firing schedule. Please remember that any "generic" schedule is meant as a starting point.  Your project, your kiln and your desired results are all variables that will likely be reasons to adjust this schedule. Remember to fuse and anneal for the thickest part of the glass.
    • Segment

      Rate  

       Temp   

      Hold

      1

      50

      900

      15

      2

      100

      1175

      0

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      9999

      960

      120

      4

      50

      800

      0

      5

      100

      700

      0

      6

      200

      100

      0

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