|I decided to make a bell jar|
|The eggs from this nest where all broken so I bought these agate eggs|
|I spray painted the lid glossy white with krylon fusion for plastic and glued this bird I bought on top with E-6000|
|The stand is a plate and candle holder I got at the second hand store and glued together using the same glue I used for my first jar.|
|Okay so first off I didn't have a bottle cutter like the guy in the video and even if I did I don't think it would have worked on the cider jug. So I bought a glass cutter at home hardware and as you can see here I taped it really securely to a wall with the cutting end in the I turned the jug around well applying gentle pressure to make a score in the glass (I hope that made sense).|
|here is a photo of the score line.|
|So I did this in the sink and laid a towel down as a bit of a cushion when the bottom fell and began alternating pouring boiling water and cold water over the score line as the video instructed.|
|Okay so I did manage to get the bulk of the glass below the score line to break off but was left with a few stubborn bits that just would not let go hmm what to do...|
Anyways that's how my glass cutting went if anyone was interested.
I got my blue agate eggs at Naesgaad's Market....
|Here are my "eggs" in my hand on my way home from the market|
|This cute snail was crossing my path and he made me think of the animal crossing signs and I'm thinking I need to make a tiny snail crossing sign for my fairy garden how fun would that be.|
|I love wild roses they're in full bloom right now around here and they smell just divine|