Getting ready for the holidays with a new variety of glass trays. Available at the Fine Arts Center in Colorado Springs.
What a romantic husband to have a tray made for his wife on their first year anniversary. Year 1 :: paper. Theresa of TT Patton in Illinois commissioned us to create this lovely piece for her client.
Heading to Evergreen for their annual Winterfest. An absolutely beautiful area. I’ve redesigned my showroom and am excited to test it out.
We adore glass domes. Such a stylish way to display a birds nest, sea coral, a grouping of succulents, or whatever floats your boat. Frances found a terrific source, The Evolution Store, but please note: she’s not too fond of the taxidermy section.
Still need a few last minute items to round off your gift giving list? I have a variety of decoupaged glass: available trays.
We had a spectacular event in Evergreen over the weekend. I can’t thank my dear friend, Tonie, enough for all of her help. She’s the bomb! Our new line of glass trays went like hotcakes. We’ll be getting the trays online for those who would like to purchase for holiday gift giving.
I’m working on a new line of glass trays and paperweights, each hand made using a technique that I’ve been working on for quite some time. With two shows coming up, one this Saturday and two in December, I’m a busy bee. Winterfest in Evergreen, Colorado is on Saturday the 12th.
Stylish gardens. I love the look of succulents planted in transparent pots. Living in their own little bubble. For twenty eight dollars, augury puts together a healthy and beautiful arrangement of succulents along with all the necessary soil and rocks, giving you the opportunity to put everything together once it arrives on your doorstep. We also like Alexis Tricoire’s terrarium which has it’s own light source which assists the plants growth. via the the horti-culturalist.