Ah guys I need your help. Now there are prob a topic about this already but I couldn't find it and went through all eight pages..... and the internet. So Here is the thing. I went to New York a few years ago and saw a vender with some of the most amazing glass glob pendants I've ever seen. Although They looked a bit bigger than the normal bag of globs you can find at a thrift store.
The thing was they were still globs just bigger and they were made to be florescent colors ... which obviously caught every tourists attention including mine and my grandma's ... But they also had like a metal backing or something to finish them.
We've both been searching ever since on how to do it and I'm finally giving in and asking for help...
I've seen hundreds of things saying that they use those transfers to get pictures and stuff behind them. But It looked way simpler than that because I can't melt glass or anything. I've also seen were they just hot glue the backs to finish them but that isn't right either. And I've seen where people have mentioned soldiering and such. If that's the case how exactly would I do that? One in particular used coke cans as the image and had the metal side wraped aouround the glob... How would that be done?
I would just like to use some of the cheapo little globs and make them pretty colors. But I want them to be finished so it won't rub off. Any Help?
Also what kind of paint should I use?
Sorry I'm a glass newbie lol but I'm so interested. I finally need answers.
This is kind of what I'd like ... just plain colors or maybe a color with some dots or just something simple... I just don't know how to do the backs