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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!

drilling a stone under water on top of a hockey puck

Cute little block and string robots...these would be so easy and wonderful for a child's stocking.

from Perpetualplum's Weblog

How I Drill Holes in Glass and Ceramics

Agujerear vidrio o ceramica

from eHow

How to Use a Dremel to Buff & Polish Stones

How to Use a Dremel to Buff & Polish Stones | eHow

I've always wanted to make necklaces out of rocks I found. Just never would have never thought of this...

Small Diamond Core Drills by Eternal Tools for drilling holes through china cups and saucers, stone and glass.

5 Essential Beginners Glass Engraving Tools - Article listing the 5 pieces of kit you'll need to start glass engraving, the sizes of burrs you'll need, why you need them and how to use them plus useful info such as courses and where to find help if you're a beginner.

from Etsy

Two of Hearts - Genuine Sea Glass and Beach Stone Jewelry - THE ORIGINAL Pocket Pebbles

Heart pebbles