If you have ever discovered a new passion, you may remember diving into it with all that you had, possibly until there were holes in your pockets and a warehouse full of goods in your living room. No? Okay, well that’s exactly what I did.
Fused glass has been such a treat to my life that I seldom tell myself “No” to the new colors, difficult molds, and the growing list of ideas that I overwhelm myself with every morning. It took me almost six years to teach myself a limit and use what I have before being a slave to the sales. Luckily for me, I have rediscovered my pride of recycling. I have challenged myself to use a huge fraction of what I already have before I venture back into the stores.
With recycling in mind, I made a dry erase board out of extra pieces! I adhered four extra strength magnets to the back, and made four accent pieces to hold notes, art, good grades, or anything else that hold importance to the fridge.
I love the way it turned out. It is just big enough for grocery lists, sweet love notes, or for my daughter to leave me a doodle. I especially like the blue and black border and accent magnets. I will be scourging my scrap boxes for enough glass to make this in another color!