Spending winter days with some creative ladies trying out glass clay. It is definitely different than other "claysâ€ weâ€™ve worked with. The four of us approached it at different angles so to speak. It is easier to use a flexible mold than to hand form. I preferred a paintbrush to load the clay where I wanted it, working the front of a finished piece to the back. The mold is then placed in the freezer for a bit so it holds together when removing from the mold. It is then dried. It is very fragile at this point. I was able to paint more touches when dry. Afterwards it is then fired in the kiln. Pictures show before and after firing.