Hours:  Tues, Wed, Fri 11-5, Thurs 11-8, Sat 10-8, Sun 1-5

Email: glazedbisqueit@cox.net

Call Us: 540-985-4567

Glass Fusing

Glass fusing is a medium of art where you are joining cut pieces of glass in any design you like to create something entirely new and beautiful. After you finish your design we fire it up in a kiln to “fuse” the glass. We will show how to use different tools to cut the glass to make your design. You can make nightlights, pendants, plates, and more.

Step One: Select your glass base. Glass Fusing is built on a base – our base colors are clear, white, or black. Pricing is based on the size of your base. Prices start at $24.

Step Two: Decorate your base. This is the fun part! Our staff will teach you how to score, nip and break the glass. We have a variety of glass colors, strips, stringers, noodles, and frit. We have samples to help you but Pinterest is a great place to get ideas!

Starting at

$15

Glass Fusing prices start at $15.

 

Be Creative

Select your glass base

Decorate your base

Your piece will be fired (in our "kilns") and be ready for pick-up in 7-10 days

What to Expect

Know what to expect, for the most fun!

Typical Creative time: 30-90 Minutes

Items to Bring: Your Creativity

Friendly and Knowledgable Staff

How It Works

Step1: Pick your piece

Select your glass base. Glass Fusing is built on a base – our base colors are clear, white, or black. Pricing is based on the size of your base. Prices start at $24.

Step 3: Checkout

We fire your glass. When you are done, leave everything and we do the cleanup! Your glass will be ready to pick up in 7-10 days.

Step 2: Visit our paint center

Decorate your base. This is the fun part! Our staff will teach you how to score, nip and break the glass. We have a variety of glass colors, strips,
stringers, noodles, and frit. We have samples to help you but Pinterest is a great place to get ideas!

Step 4: Pickup

Your items will be ready for pick-up in 7-10 days.

Phone

(540) 985-4567

Address

4909 Starkey Road Suite 2 Roanoke, VA 24018