We just made this Blue Bird Caroler which is for sale along with other Christmas items at the White Raven Emporium in Didsbury Alberta. This would certainly brighten and add to your Christmas decorations. It is small enough that it could also be used as a Christmas Tree ornament.
Design by Terra Parma
Many years ago we made this “There’s No Place Like Home” and donated it as a silent auction item for a Good Sam Samboree in Stettler, Alberta. This stained glass piece is approximately 10 inches square, tinned wire used for various parts along with attaching the Blue Birds creates a 3D effect.
This design was featured in Glass Patterns Quarterly Summer 2001 edition.
Designed by Karen Stephenson
The Blue Jays have returned for peanuts and sunflower seeds. Our grandkids love to see them each spring and enjoy setting out some peanuts in the shell for them. This one in stained glass measures about 9.5 inches wide x 6 inches high.
We are sure lots of folks across the west have seen and heard the return of the Canada Geese. A wonderful sight and their distinctive honking sounds, you know that warmer weather is not far off.
It’s springtime in Alberta and for the past month or so Canada Geese have been returning by the thousands. They stay and nest all over Alberta and it will not be long before we see goslings with their parents.
However you can enjoy them year round with one of these sun catchers.
Spectrum Pattern of the Month 2000
Design by Barbara Peters – Anaconda, MT
Many years ago Tena one of our daughters received this Robin as a gift. We subsequently rebuilt and restored it. It’s springtime here in Alberta and we are always so happy and grateful to see hundreds of Robins return.
With a stained glass robin sun catcher one can then enjoy them year round.