This is my latest commission. The first photo shows the panel illuminated in window light and the second photo shows the panel in ambient light. The customer asked for a panel with various brown glasses and specifically requested gears on the piece. The panel measures about 14″x44″. With this panel, because it was so large, […]
Geared up my unicorn suncatcher to make this steampunk piece! On sale at my Etsy shop.
Some more new pieces
Here are a bunch of other pieces available on my Etsy site (or contact me if you’d prefer a direct sale): Green curves candle holder: Orange steampunk business card holder: Blue stained glass business card holder with glass beads: Blue & purple stripey candle holder: Blue, purple, green curvy suncatcher:
Steampunk angel ornaments are available on my Etsy site. Contact me if you’d like a specific colour.
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 soldered to the piece. Hooks soldered into the zinc frame for hanging. Made using the […]
Steampunk Hot Air Balloon Suncatcher
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 with brown textured glass. The balloon and basket are connected by copper jump rings. A […]
Blue Steampunk Suncatcher
A friend commissioned a steampunk suncatcher in blues. Who am I to say no? Measures 8.5″ x 8.5″ at the middle points. Gears from Green Stuff World.
Available on my Etsy site.
Steampunk Business Card Holder
Making business card holders for an upcoming craft show. Here’s a steampunk one: Now available on my Etsy site!
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.