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Similar to our small solid diamond drill bits, these drill bits are hollow allowing water to circulate more freely. They are ideal for drilling holes in glass, tile, ceramic and porcelain, glazed pottery, beads, pebbles, stone, slate, petrified wood, fossilized bone and rock. For those tough pieces of sea glass, they work a dream!

A complete Guide to your Dremel Rotary Tool. Over the years I've collected numerous amounts of handy hobby tools, all of which are useful and they all have their own purpose, but there is one tool that is probably more useful than most of the other tools put together and that of course is the Dremel. Read this article to find out more...

Sea glass fish, but you could paint rocks like decorative fish and put in the shadow box as well including little rocks for bubbles!

from AllFreeJewelryMaking.com

How to Drill Pebbles

EtsyMetal member, Paul Phillips (aka noformdesign), was taped for the HGTV show "That's Clever" and it aired last March! We are so proud to have a TV star amongst our membership! ;) You can see more of Paul's work in his Etsy shop and on his website.

Dremel book of inspiration- full color photos, templates, and instructions for numerous arts and craft projects, household applications, home decor, restoration, etc. Go to link: http://www.dremeleurope.com/specials/book-of-inspiration/gb/en/index.html

“I use Eternal Tools diamond core drills on glass about 1mm-3mm thick and can normally drill between 200 and 300 hundred holes.The best ever result was 450 holes with one drill bit ( impressive) I use slow speeds, always gently pumping up and down and drill constantly under water”