We have a client who wanted mini angels that could be used as a lapel pin and also end up being used as a refrigerator decorative magnet. We were successful in obtain a rare earth, 2 magnet combination that worked perfectly. We had to slightly enlarge our mini angel design to accommodate the magnetic strip. These mini angels were given away as gifts.
The first photo shows the complete collection on our refrigerator door.
The next photo shows the mini angel on a lapel which is held by the magnetic strip attached to the reverse of the angel.
The following photo is a close up of one of the Mini Angels
Design by Flory Wilkins
These are Flory’s suction cup butterflies that we recently made as gifts for an organization that she belongs to. Most of these butterflies were made from Youghiogheny Heads & Tails along with a couple using Bullseye Glass and one using Spectrum Baroque.
Design by Flory & Bob Wilkins
We just found these suncatcher pictures of penguins that we made many years ago. The first one measured about 3 inches wide by 6 inches high. Enjoy
Design by Carolyn Kyle
The following suncatcher is called “Goin Formal” and was a free Spectrum Glass Pattern of the month in April 1998. They measured approximately 6 inches wide x 7 inches high.
Design by Gerry Klein Sunshine Glass Omaha, NE
When we first started to learn the art of stained glass we made this Just a Sip Hummingbird Panel back in 2000. The circular panel is approximately 10 inches in diameter, with an outer ring of clear glue chip glass. The blue background is a light blue Spectrum Artique #132A. We used a soft brass flexible U channel for the outside, with the channel and the solder lines all with black patina and polished using Clarity (Kemo-Pro) finishing polish. The design is one of the free design patterns offered by The Spectrum Glass Company.
Design by Luanne Kane-Lead Lines S.G. Studio-Dunedin, FL
Here is another butterfly # 2 made many years ago. It measures approximately 5 x 5 inches.
Design by Donna Schulze