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Circle Star December 2020

This Circle Star measures approximately 7 inches high x 5 inches wide. This was given out as a prize in early December 2020. We still had a piece of Spectrum’s SP-100GGIR – Clear Iridescent Crystal Ice which we used for the star.

Design by Alee Soderman-Zurcher & James Zurcher

Unicorn Nite Light 2020

As a Christmas present we made this Unicorn Nite Light for one of our granddaughters. It measured approximately 3 inches wide x 4.5 inches high.

 

Design by Stained Glass Yourway

Christmas Snowman 2020

This is a snowman that we made this Christmas for one of our clients. It measured approximately 7 inches high by 5 inches wide.

Design by Sara France Glassart

Flying Bald Eagle Circle Panel 2020

This flying Bald Eagle panel measures 20 inches in diameter. A local friend asked us to make this for her husband for a December Birthday/Christmas 2020 gift.

We used Spectrum Sly Blue/White Wispy for the sky and Spectrum/Oceanside Clear/White “Pearl White” for the clouds. In the Eagle we used a combination of OGT Brown on Gold Streaky Granite and Spectrum Dark Amber & White Translucent and for the white feathers, Spectrum Clear/White Feather White, along with some Black Waterglass and a solid Spectrum Yellow for the beak. The frame was a 3/4 inch zinc came made round with our came bender.

The are 195 pieces of stained glass in this panel and it took us about 2 months to complete.

Design by Christie Wood from ” The Glass Menagerie”

Pattern disk sold by Dragonfly Software for Glasseye 2000

Prairie Lanterns 2020

Here is another selection of the Prairie Lanterns that we have been making over the past 5 – 6 months. We used mirror glass for all of their bases, which adds a new light dimension when votive candles are used.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Original Design by Carolyn Kyle & Chuck Berets modified by Bob & Flory Wilkins

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This beautifully made Shamrock is even more meaningful to me as I have an Irish maiden name.

Betty Hessel
Photographer and Portrait Painter of People and Pets - Calgary, Alberta