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Old 12-14-2005, 10:37 PM   #1
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Arrow Beaded Glass Block lights

I just got done with the last of 30 blocks I sold this season!! You can see some of them here:

http://zotz.smugmug.com/gallery/1036828/1/48096674


I used Pittsburgh Corning Glass Blocks (6"x8"x3") from Lowes. Drilled a 1 3/8" hole with the drill press (510rpm) using a Diamond Rimmed Core Bit. I wanted the 1 1/4" bit but they were out. The drilling took about 1 minute per block. Used one hand to spray the water and the other to pull down the press. (Anyone living near Vancouver, WA is welcome to come over to get holes drilled in their blocks!!)

After cleaning and drying the blocks...

1. Cut the paper you want to use to 6 1/2" x 4 1/2".
2. Cut a piece of O'So Sticky Tape to 7" x 5".
3. Use a small amount of hermafix, or mono, or double sided tape to center the paper on the glass block.
4. Peel a little of the back down of O'So Sticky Tape and put it 1/4" over the top of the paper. Press down firmly. Pull the rest of the back of O'So sticky tape down a little at a time, pressing down as you go, until the paper is completely covered.
5. Roll brayer over the top to make sure the O'So Sticky Tape is secured around all edges.
6. Peel off the top of the O'So Sticky Tape.
7. Pour clear microbeads all over the O'So Sticky Tape.
8. Roll brayer over the top to really seat the beads. Gently brush off extra beads.
9. Put lights into the block, leaving the plug end hanging out. Put a small piece of O'So Sticky Tape on the cord to attach it to the block. Don't peel off red liner. (I used a 50 light string set.)
10. Wrap ribbon around block and secure on top with hot glue or more O'So Sticky Tape.
11. Cut a 52" length of ribbon to make the bow. Hot glue finished bow on top of block.

*You can use any size of clear microbeads. You will use about 1 ounce of beads per side. I used all three sizes from Pennywise Arts. (Not on the same block, I gave people a choice of bead size when ordering.) www.pennywisearts.com

*I use the 6"x6' mega roll of O'So Sticky Tape from Pennywise Arts. www.pennywisearts.com

*You can use any type of paper. I used tissue paper and wrapping paper. I've seen printer paper that has been stamped used. The Fairy Paper I used is from England and you can order it here under Gift Wrap:
http://www.flametreepublishing.com/StationeryHome.asp
I have all the Fairyland, Forest Fairies, and Neptune's Treasures papers. (If you want to see close-up individual pictures just let me know.)


I hope you enjoy the photos!!
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Old 12-15-2005, 12:26 AM   #2
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Absolutely stunning! I'm so impressed with your projects and appreciate your sharing the step-by-step instructions too.
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You're welcome, Debi!!

I hope you make some soon!!
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Holy smokes those are amazing. Now who do I know that might have a drill press? Hmmm. I think some schmozing is in order. *Ü*

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Old 12-15-2005, 08:35 AM   #5
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WOW!!!!!! You are amazing! Those blocks are beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing the directions. . .now if only I can find someone with a drill press.
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These blocks are beautiful. I bought one similar at a craft sale last weekend but she used stickers on the outside and mine has a gingerbread family on the top. It's real cute but I like yours better.
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Mary how much did you sell these for? They are gorgeous.
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So pretty....thank you for sharing
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These block lights are gorgeous. They are absolutely beautiful and thank you so much for giving us the step by step instructions.
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OMG!!!! I'm going to start looking NOW for someone with a drill press....these would make wonderfully unique gifts!!! Please let us know what you sell them for...maybe I'll get you to do my gifts instead of trying to find someone with a drill press!! LOL Thanks so much for sharing the photos and the directions!!
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I have a drill press at work! Whoo!!! But I have a couple of ?'s, how much are the glass blocks? And, how would you go about doing this with stamped images?
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Thanks for all your kind words everyone!!

To answer your questions...

I charged $25 for a one sided block, and $30 for a two sided block. (Of the 30 I did this month only two were one sided!!)

The blocks are about $4 at my Lowes and they come in a case of 12.

To use stamped images... just stamp on printer paper!! Cardstock doesn't work very well because it's too thick for the lights to shine through. Mulberry paper looks fabulous, especially when you cover it with microbeads!!
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Have you ever stamped directly onto the block?
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No, I haven't stamped directly on the block. But, you certainly could. I've seen them painted with different scenes so stamping would work just as well.
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WOW! Mary thanks so much for sharing! That is a great business you have going hehehe.......they are all very beautiful!
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These are so gorgeous, thanks for sharing all the details. You did a wonderful job and I'm so happy you are selling them.
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Mary,
Those block lights are just gorgeous! I absolutely LOVE them. Great idea.
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How long was your string of lights? These are the most amazing things I have seen!!
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I was just thinking that I forgot to mention the string length!!

I used a 50 light string set.
Big Lots and Target have them for $1.59.
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You can get the blocks with holes in them. My DH just brought one in for me.
He uses them in the spa water features he does.
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WOW! Those are absolutley fabulous - thanks so much for sharing all of your info with us.. that is extremly generous of you!!!! I hope you sell them all quickly and then you will have more money to buy stamps!!!!!!(lol)
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Where can you find the glass with the hole aleady in them?

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Check out DawnL 's gallery, she stamped directly on her glass block.

Question for you, Mary, for a one sided stamp block, did you still drill the hole on the side?

As for the 50 lights, LOL Our Big Lots is completely sold out! I did see them at Meijers though!
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Bambi - Yes, I drilled the hole on the side of all the blocks.


Thanks again everyone for your kind words!! These really are fun to make!!
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Mary one more question about your beautiful blocks, did the lights you used have a white cord or a green cord?
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was the drilling done in just one column straight down-or did you do multiple columns?
I am trying to fgure out how 50 lights get in there.

They are stunning-I have just started to see these around-too cool!
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The lights have a green cord... I couldn't find any white corded strings.

There's just one hole drilled - but it's 1 3/8" around. That's just a tiny bit bigger than the bottom of the crystal effects bottle. It's easy to push all the lights in!! I sometimes use a chopstick to move the lights around if I don't like where they've landed in the block.

Someone asked about where to buy pre-drilled blocks... I haven't seen any so I don't know where to find them. Sorry!!



I'm thinking about getting a smaller drill bit and using a snap-in night light instead of the christmas lights. I've seen some blocks made that way and I like how the light looks in those too.
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These are just incredible! I've made "light jars" with canning jars, 50 string lights and pot pourri (I know that is not spelled right!) with ribbon trim but I never thought of using a paper and beads. Again, WOW!!!! Thanks for sharing.
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Very impressive, thanks for sharing!
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A few years ago, a fellow stamper somehow "etched" the stamped image onto the glass. It was very pretty. But, I have to say these are much cuter! TFS!
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These are gorgeous! I love microbeads so I'm sure it's an awesome effect in person! My DH has a drill press and said he would drill holes for me but had never heard of the type of drill bit you mentioned. Where did you but it and do you remember how much it was? These would make fabulous gifts for next year if I started early. Thank you so much for sharing your step by step instructions!
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The bit we bought from Lowes was $65 - we needed it right away and didn't have time to search the internet for better pricing. Rick did some investigating since then and gave me these links to help anyone wanting to buy a bit and wanting other drilling info:

Hope these help!!

Diamond Drill and Tool
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The bit we bought from Lowes was $65 - we needed it right away and didn't have time to search the internet for better pricing. Rick did some investigating since then and gave me these links to help anyone wanting to buy a bit and wanting other drilling info:

Hope these help!!

Diamond Drill and Tool
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Diamond Drill Bits and Hole Saws
http://www.diamond-drill-bit-and-tool.com/Diamond-Drill/Default.htm?Diamond-Drill-Bit.htm

Drilling Tips and Techniques
http://www.diamond-drill-bit-and-too...lt.htm?DD1.htm
Thank you so much for the info. After reading this thread I saw this one
//www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=187297&cpage=3#poststart (thanks to a post earlier in this thread). On page 3 of the comments she lists some drill bits from Harbor Freight which are quite inexpensive so we may try those first. I'm very anxious to make some of these.
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These are very cute and can't wait to make one. I found instructions on the InkyAntics website as well!
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WOW!! Awsome thanks for the directions HOPE I can make it jsut as nice!!
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Thank you so much for sharing the directions, what a beautiful project!
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I just returned from Lowe's to get my glass blocks for next year's gifts! The nice guy I talked to (to find the drill bits) was saying they couldn't figure out why the blocks were selling so fast! And why everyone was asking about a drill bit (so they moved the drill bits so they are right next to the blocks!)

Anyway, got my case of blocks and drill bit (for a standard drill - about $12). Now if I can find someone to actually drill the hole.......

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OHHH run out and get those christmas lights 50% to make these for next year!!!
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I got my lights, they had white wire and green wire, I bought out all the white wired ones with 50 lights for 74C!!!!
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These are absolutely stunning! I'm confused though on where you drill the hole exactly. If you could help me understand, that would be wonderful!! Thanks
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