Monday, April 12, 2010

A Couple Pieces of Stained Glass

Hi everyone! I'm happy to be joining Sally for Blue Monday and Sue for Rednesday today, please stop over to enjoy other great posts!
I was really devoted to stained glass a few years ago and I bought a small kiln. It quickly turned into one of my favorite things, I call it "painting with glass". I could cut and shape colored glass, lay it on a clear piece then fire it to 1650 degrees creating a "tile". Then I'd work that tile into a traditional stained glass panel. This small zinnia type panel is one of my rustic pieces, others I spent a lot of time grinding and shaping. 

This little cutie is looking for a good home! I call it "Determination - Today I'm going in!".
It's 17" x 12", I drew the pattern and it is one of a kind, e-mail me if interested.
Not the best pictures but my house has eaves and doesn't allow good light for stained glass pictures (ugh)
Have a happy day!


  1. How beautiful. I hope you have continued with this creative outlet. You clearly excel at it.

    - The Tablescaper

  2. Now that is fun!
    I learned to create stained glass as a young girl and would love to try it again. I have not seen the glass bonded together like that. How sweet!

    Becky K.
    Hospitality Lane

  3. That is a beautiful piece. Nice work.

  4. That is a great talent you have to work with stained glass. The ones you shared today are very nice. I have always loved anything stained glass.

  5. What a beautiful piece of glass! Love that bright yellow against the blue. It really pops!
    Happy Blue Monday from Joysweb

  6. You say it's not your best, but I find it delightful. Happy Blue Monday.

  7. Gorgeous! And I heard you can make a killing in stain glass! Seriously, my brother wanted us to take a class on it a couple of years ago. There is just something about stained glass!


  8. Jeanine, sounds like I should talk to your brother! lol

  9. This is beautiful. I love stained glass and this is a great way to make something you can be proud of. I worked a little in stained glass but it was so much harder than I dreamed. I admire your work very much. Keep grinding. It is worth the effort.

    I also want to comment on your beautiful daffodils. Your PS post is beautiful. I have never seen such gorgeous daffodils. Around here they grow wild, but only yellow. I was surprised with a couple clumps of double ones this spring in the nearby woods.

    Have a wonderful day.
    Hugs, Jeanne

  10. Wow, that would be such a wonderful hobby; I love what you have done. One of my friends does this on the side and she was chosen and designed a neat stained glass for Table Rock State Park here in SC. (not sure if Table Rock is 2 words?). She has done some things all around our town.

    nannykim from

  11. I love the pieces of work that you have done. Just beautiful

  12. I've said it before and I'll say it again: You are so talented! What a perfect way to have flowers, year-round!
    Happy REDnesday,

  13. Good Morning! Found your blog through One Cheap YouKnowWhat (ain't she sweet?) and since i love and collect pigs, too, thought i'd check you out...thanks for the apple crisp recipe...I'm gonna try it tonight!

  14. I have always loved stained glass, but have never attempted to make my own. Great job on all of the pieces, but my favorite is "Determination"! It's darling and inspirational!!

    Susan and Bentley

  15. Very nice! Not your run-of-the-mill hobby either - must be quite satisfying!

  16. How beautiful your stained glass pieces are! I'm impressed with anyone that has their own kiln! Thanks for sharing!

  17. Very beautiful! You are very talented !

  18. What talent you have! Your stained glass pieces are great. Thanks for sharing them with us! I hope you have a great day. :)


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