Step 1: Supplies
- Glaze (optional)
- Glass: Broken shards of different colored glass. Sea glass works best (you can buy this cheaply at craft stores or collect it yourself). Mosaic glass sometimes melts differently so I would suggest you combine it with regular glass.
- You could also use a premade pottery piece if you want to (ex. at a paint-your-own pottery place)
Step 2: Make Your Clay Piece
Step 3: Glaze Piece, Add Glass and Fire
The photo of the circular piece is blue glaze with sea glass. The rectangular piece has a green glazed bottom with a mix of sea glass and mosaic glass. The glass square has a clay base with a 1/8 inch lip to prevent the sea/mosaic glass from spilling off the piece during firing.
Note: I have only tried this with low fire glazes, if you try with high fire do it in a bowl in case the glass liquifies. This is NOT food safe.