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Old 11-15-2008, 04:46 PM
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Re: Turning beads into Cabs - a tutorial

I have some more cabs

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Here's a few more from recent efforts...





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Re: Turning beads into Cabs - a tutorial

I had a girlfriend ask me if I could do this for her with some of my old beads that didn't 'make it' from the kiln. I thought about it and happened to run across your tute here. Thanks so much!
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Re: Turning beads into Cabs - a tutorial

This is fantastic, I just want to ask, are the temperatures quoted in farenheit?
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Re: Turning beads into Cabs - a tutorial

Yes. The degrees are in Farenheit. I've used this tutorial and it works great.
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Re: Turning beads into Cabs - a tutorial

Thanks for the great tut!! I have a lot of beads that I want to try this on.
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Re: Turning beads into Cabs - a tutorial

This is a cool tutorial. I knew there was a reason I saved all my cracked or broken beads, besides the fact I can't stand to toss them out, LOL! Thanks for the info! I will definitely try this!!
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Re: Turning beads into Cabs - a tutorial

Wandering around looking at interesting sounding posts and came to this one. Lovely work! I like the blue beads best. This looks like loads of fun...maybe someday I can give this a try. Thanks for the inspiration.

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