2020 is behind us. It was a tough year. Still, there were many blessings. Grateful Hearts was born from a small disaster. Being at Harvest Moon Festival in Granbury was so much fun and such a joy on Saturday. Early Sunday morning, strong winds came thru the Plaza and away went my tent, several large, special pieces and many small pieces. It was a mess. But, so many people helped clean up, set up and on we went. When I returned home Sunday night, I was sad with my broken pieces, unable to see a way to “fix” them. I did make the comment during the day, “You’d see them again better than before”. Stumbling across a tutorial about using cast iron molds gave me the idea to show how grateful I am for all that I have (and had left after that storm). My hope for 2021 is for my grateful heart to be expressed in new ways in all my works. Enjoy and be blessed!
If you have looked for my Etsy shop, it is no longer functional. Check out The Shop on my website. It is secure and functional. Growing as I build my inventory into the store. Coming soon -- PENDANTS
After attending a workshop in November, I’ve got some new skills to try out. A little crackle technique, some lollysticks and some drop vases.
These pieces are ready for sale on Black Friday, 10% off! One of a kind, perfect for special memories. And if they spark an idea of your special place that you would like in glass, let me know.
Hoping to have these ready (and I’m in) the Clearfork Holiday Market. Sticks are big enough for a ‘nice’ scoop of dip. Gnomes are on forks when you need dig in. Contact me for more information.
Stir crazy sticks, mending cowboy snowmen and fall panels are a few of the new projects in the works
Getting ready to starts sales again with some new projects that are a lot of fun. Here are some samples of stir crazy sticks, splats and melting cowboy snowmen.
Learning about fused glass. Inspired by Murano Glass in Venice.