BC Alberta Guide Dogs Fundraiser Calgary April 30 2016

Earlier this year we were asked if we would make a donation to the BC & Alberta Guide Dogs in support of their 1st Annual Calgary Trivia Night fundraiser which raises funds for the development of guide dogs for kids and others with Autism, as well as seeing eye dogs for Blind people.

We made this stained glass dog from a free Spectrum Glass pattern which was used as a silent auction fund raising item. It measured approximately 8 inches wide by 11 inches high. We used Wissmach 145SP glass for the majority of the dog.

The 1st Annual Calgary Trivia Night Fundraiser was most successful.

StainedGlassBCAlbertaGuideDogDonation2016

Design by Tessa McOnie

Lamb – Baby Shower Gift Spring 2016

We needed a Baby Shower Gift this Spring and we decided to make this Baby Lamb, it measured approximately 6 x 6 inches. The pink flower was a stick on added to the finished product. We solder fine silver chain into the back solder seams for hanging.

StainedGlassLamb2016

Design by Donna Schulze

St. Patrick’s Day March 17, 2017

St. Patrick’s Day March 17, 2017, here are some of our Shamrocks we have made in the past years along with a Celtic Cross that we repaired for a lady in Ottawa that purchased it in Ireland a number of years ago. One Shamrock is made using Wissmach English Muffle EM – 4925 Emerald Isle,  the other 2  we used Spectrum SP 123H Medium Green Cathedral Hammered and Spectrum  SP 123W Medium Green Waterglass.

Shamrocks

Designer Unknown

CelticCross&ShamrockAugust2013

Designer Unknown

Valentine’s Day February 2016

Happy Valentine’s Day 2016 here are some items we have made over the years for Valentine’s Day gifts.

ValentineinGlassILoveYouwithPinkRose

Design by Glassmagic, Snohomis, WA

RedHeartOrnament

Design by Marianne Crivellaro

WovenHearts2005

Designer Barbara Lucas, Lucas Classical Glass,Chippewa Falls WI

TearDropHeart

We believe the original design was by Chris Rich

Hand Hills Grain Elevator December 2015

For Christmas 2015 we were commissioned to make this grain elevator.

StainedGlassHandHillsElevatorNovember2015

Our clients father in law purchased this grain elevator located in East Central Alberta a number of years ago and painted it John Deere Green & Yellow colors.

They wanted a  replica of the elevator in stained glass that they could actually put wheat in from the farm.

The roof on the top is removable to allow this, we added 2 small nails soldered into the removable roof to provide stability when handling to prevent the roof from slipping off.

We used Spectrum’s new clear Barnwood glass along with Spectrum’s green and yellow.

The elevator is approximately 12 inches high x 6 inches wide and 4 inches deep. It takes time and lots of patience to solder together but the end result is quite stunning.

StainedGlassHandHillsElevatorNovember2015

Design by Lucinda Doran & Joy Bamford

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