I want to give special thanks to my teachers and friends:
Sue Lewis, Laurie Nessel, Dolly Ahles, Laura Brito, Judy Binderman,
Cynthia Beach,  Raychel Stein, Wendy Wyman,  and all the wonderful
people I have met on my glass journey!

They have all opened my heart & mind to this amazing art of
glass bead making that has changed my life forever!
Thank You!
I belong to the Arizona
Society of Glass
Beadmakers.
Come visit their website!
"Lampwork" is the term used for working hot glass in a flame, or
flame working.  The term came from the use of oil lamps centuries
ago, to produce the heat and flame needed to melt the glass.
Today modern flameworkers use torches that can mix both fuel and
oxygen for a much hotter flame and easier control.
Click here to learn more about what it will take to
start making glass creations in your own studio!
I belong to a wonderful forum for
glass and jewelry artist's at
www.lampworketc.com
Come check out the rooms full of
fun! Great info on lampworking in all
categories and some wonderful glass
working friends!
Click here to learn about taking classes with me
to learn how to make your own glass creations!
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How to Make a Glass Lampwork Seashell Bead by Jodi Hesting
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$15.00
(please click on the photo above to learn more about this tutorial).
"How to Make a Glass Lampwork Seashell Vessel"
by Jodi Hesting
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$18.00
(please click on the photo above to learn more about this tutorial).
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How to Make a Glass Lampwork Seashell Vessel"
by Jodi Hesting

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"How to Make a Glass Lampwork Seashell Bead"
by Jodi Hesting

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$25.00
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(Click on photos to learn more about each tutorial).