27 April 2017

Google Reviews

Trying to stay up-to-date with social media can be a daunting task. So, today we are asking for a little help from our friends. If you have purchased a kiln or, had a positive interaction with Kiln Frog, we are reaching out to ask if you could give us a review on ‘Google +’. We appreciate it can be time consuming but, it would be a great bonus to us.

Many thanks!

16 April 2017

NEW 10" x 10" Glass Packs from Bullseye Glass!

So, now that you have purchased your kiln... you need glass, right?

At Kiln Frog, we understand that picking colors can be a bit overwhelming.  And, as fellow glass artists, we know that sometimes it's hard to know where to start! With that said, we called our good friends at Bullseye Glass to help us put together something special to help artists like you make the choice easier.

Introducing... NEW 10" x 10" Glass Packs from Bullseye Glass!

These 10" x 10" glass packs have been hand-picked and are exclusive to Kiln Frog. We divided them into three focus areas... Starter Packs, Top Seller Packs and Tekta Packs

The Starter Pack includes a variety of traditional colors including extra black, white and clear. While, the Top Seller Pack includes an assortment of Bulleye's most popular glass. And, of course, we have a Tekta Pack because you can never have enough clear glass!

03 April 2017

Drilling Small Holes in Jewelry

Bullseye Glass Quick Tip:

While teaching jewelry workshops, we get this question a lot... "What is the most effective way to drill a small hole in my pendant?" It seems like a simple question but it can cause a lot of stress to both the student, and the glass.

This Quick Tip shows you how to do in three easy to follow steps.

In our studio, we generally make at least 8 holes in 4-6 mm thick fused glass before changing to a new bit. With use, you’ll notice that a drill bit doesn't work as effectively. If a piece breaks while drilling, this may indicate that it's time to replace a bit.