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3D Plant Leaves Stained Glass Pattern

3D Plant Leaves Stained Glass Pattern

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Make a 3D stained glass plant with this stained glass pattern! This 3D plant digital download contains full instructions and patterns for 11 plant leaves ranging in size from 4" to 9" tall. Make the glass plant leaves, attach the rods at the bottom, and then position them in a potting planter any way you want for your very own 3D stained glass plant!

ITEM: This listing is for a *digital pattern* and contains patterns for 11 leaves, with instructions, to make a stained glass plant. A materials list is below. You must have at least a basic understanding of how to make stained glass pieces, soldering, and working with hobby came to make this stained glass diy project. This listing contains only the digital download with pattern and instructions, no physical materials. 

LICENSING: This download includes both a hobby and commercial license. Patterns cannot be reproduced, published (other than printing for personal use), or shared. If you do sell your finished work, please give a credit to Noelle Barnes/GlassyRock Arts as the designer.

SIZING: Leaves range in size from 5" to 10.5" in height.

MATERIALS NEEDED: Paper for printing, basic stained glass tools, glass, hobby came, flux, solder and soldering iron, copper foil, brass or copper rods (100mm or 4” long), patina (if desired), AAAA steel wool, cleaning wax (car wax), floral foam block at least 4” deep, 5” deep pot or bigger, rocks or pebbles to cover.

SKILL LEVEL: Beginner to intermediate.

DELIVERY: After your purchase (thanks!), this site will present you with a link to download your PDF. You'll receive a confirmation email and an email with download instructions.

OTHER DETAILS: This is one of a Succulent Stem series. Copyright © Noelle Barnes/GlassyRock Arts.

All artwork and patterns on the GlassyRock Arts website are hand-made/hand-drawn by Pacific Northwest stained glass artist Noelle Barnes. Follow me on Instagram at @glassyrockarts for artwork and @modernstainedglasspatterns for patterns to see when new patterns are released, or sign up for my infrequent and not-at-all-spammy newsletter
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Thank you for the quick download!