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May 23, 2012
Signing the final work
by: M. Guthrie

Bake-on glass paint works well too, and is very permanent. Sign your piece as any artist would on a piece of the glass in your pattern (bottom right, or wherever), fire it in a regular oven per instructions for that product, then finish your piece as you normaly would. You can make a stencil of your signature/mark for paint, hand paint each time, or you can also get glass paint pens to write your signature/mark like you normaly would with an ink pen.

Apr 19, 2011
signing your work
by: Sharon Vaerst

I use the carbide scribe and it works great....practice first on scrap glass but I think you will like it.

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