Stained glass suncatcher with a Steampunk theme. Various brown, beige, and clear glasses were used with small gears and clock parts glued to the clear glasses for an accent. Copper wire used to make solenoid and pipe accents, which are
A suncatcher with a steampunk flair! The suncatcher measures about 6″ x 3.75″ (15cm x 9.4cm). The balloon is made with blue and clear coloured glass. Gears and clock parts are glued to the clear portion. The basket is made
Etsy is turning 13 so from June 18 to 22 we’re having a sale on the Etsy page! Use this link to get 13% all purchases on Glassola’s Etsy page: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/glassola?coupon=ETSY13. Happy shopping!
Hold your business cards in style with this stained glass business card holder. Made with multi-coloured glass and pastel-coloured beads. Holds a standard business card. Measures 4″x2.5″x1.5″. Available on my Etsy site!
I found out that my friend and mentor, Dave, died on November 12, 2017, due to complications from pneumonia. Attached here are two terrible photos of Dave and one of him doing what he did – stained glass. I took
I’ve finally made a bigger version of the I Want to Believe poster that I’ve been putting in my X-Files candleholder: Here it is in window light: And here it is in ambient light: It measures 8″x10″. And now available
Get a 6″x7″ print on removable static cling vinyl of my Star Wars stained glass panel from my Etsy site. Simply peel and stick to any glass surface. The first photo shows how it looks in a window: The second
Just sold this 6″x6″ suncatcher. It was made with various brown and clear glasses and small gears for an accent. Made using the copper foil method. The gears were glued down and the soldering was stained with copper coloured patina.
20″x30″ commissioned panel for a boy’s room. Marbles used to look like stars and glass paint for the eyes. First photo is the panel illuminated and the second photo is of the panel in ambient light. Click on the