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  • Marilyn Grob

    Heat clear marbles in oven at 500 degrees for 20mins. Then put in ice water. We did this as kids.

  • Robin Bailey

    baked marbles+ a suncatcher... - MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS. (they do it @ 500degrees)

  • Lindsey

    DIY 2 Cracked Marble Tutorials to use in Jewelry. The one on the left I posted ages ago here, from Craftster Contributor allyinthevalley. Tutorial here. Her method: “ Put your clear marbles (It’s...

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