#1 could hold potpourri too. Colorful stuff maybe? unless you're allergic. or put a handful of tiny christmas lites up under the bottom and plug in.ooooh, aaaaah. HEY!! try that if you have any christmas lites and then put floating candles in the top!
#2 the milk glass is beautiful, and that's not even my style. It looks so architectural.
#3 good idea, large areas for eye glasses too.
#4 looks like it should be a fountain bubbling over.
I wanted to let you know that I tried your glue. Where I used it on a couple of the small candle holders it worked fine because they nested pretty well. When I used it to glue the inverted candleholder to the votive it still came apart after 24 hrs, but then of course I had to test it, you know (who, me?? Tear the balls off a brass monkey? No way!) Maybe because it had less parts touching? Just the rim.
Just from working with this once I do bow to your authority that it'll hold up outdoors, you've used it there before. But how long does it take to completely dry?
Post by doc*dog Karen on Mar 15, 2006 9:56:16 GMT -5
Thanks 3D. GE Silicon ll is what I use. After an hour, it's fairly dry. I would give it a few hours to dry well, and let it cure overnite. Sometimes I'll join the pieces, then come back the next day and run a bead of silicon around the joint. Just to reinforce and prevent moisture seepage.
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