Wayno's Giraffe

by Vicky Blanchette
(Bangor, ME)

Wayno's Giraffe

Wayno's Giraffe

A giraffe made for a friend who just loves them.

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tasha

by Ghislain Fortin
(alma lac st-jean)

sait la photo de notre petit chien on a fait le plan et sa pris 20 heures de travail j'espere que vous l'aimerez

Translated it says "knows the photo of our little dog we made the plan and took 20 hours I hope you like it"

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Wood Duck

by Janna Richard
(Beavercreek, Ohio)

My Dad asked for a wood duck so I found a picture that he particularly liked and created a pattern from it. After I finally got the duck pattern accurate enough, I just built the background around it. The piece is done in foil and is about 12 inches in diameter. It took about 15 hours complete.

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Louisiana Dragonfly

by Lori Chatellier
(Madisonville, La, USA)

I couldn't afford stained glass for my new home so I took a class to make my own. I did a small foil first and was dying to do leaded - my teacher assisted me with drawing my design and I jumped in with the glass I liked not what was easiest to start. I fell in love with the art and it is now my passion and I can't learn enough fast enough. I have a shop in my garage that is not temperature controlled so I have had to be creative to keep my glass warm in the winter so I can work.

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Hummingbird transom

by Lisa Seger
(Covington, OH)

Hummingbird transom

Hummingbird transom

This piece was a special order Christmas gift. It took me 7 hours, and I used the tiffany (foil) technique, then framed it in lead. The pattern is one I found on the net and modified to meet the needs and measurements of my client.
I have been only doing stained glass for about 14 months, and am getting ready to open up a storefront after the first of the year. This website has been a treasure trove of information!

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Little Hummingbirds

by Lori Ann Shumey
(Castlegar, BC)

I am having fun with scraps of glass making these little birds. Its fun to add the little jewels on their tails... makes them a little more whimsical. They are about the same size as real birds. Some of the pieces are teenytiny but worth while. I am selling them for $20 each.

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Snowy Owl pair

by Sue
(Kingston ON Canada)

Snowy Owls

Snowy Owls


This is my second large(ish) panel. I got the pattern from my instructor a couple of years ago. I'm not sure how long it took all together, but worked on them for about a month. I had the eyes fused, so they have quite a 3D look.

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3-D Humming bird

by Rhonda Schaible
(Yacolt, WA.)

This is my first 3-D Humming Bird, I really like this one!!!

This is my first 3-D Humming Bird, I really like this one!!!

I LOVE IT

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Buffalo

by Ginger P
(Arkansas)

I made this and Howling Wolf as my first commissioned pieces--Christmas presents for his wife in their new home. They took me about two weeks to do them. I was still very new to the art. I've had too much fun with the art to do too many commisioned pieces, I make more gifts than anything else. This year my Christmas cards were ornaments, some quite intriquite.

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Cantering Horses

by Maddie
(Louisiana)

Well I really got into making horse themed stained glass when I was in Virginia and got to be around horses a lot. Took about two weeks to make both of them, was a challenge, but I really loved them in the end!

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Howling Wolf

by Ginger P
(Arkansas)

I made Howling Wolf was part of my first commissioned pieces--Christmas presents for his wife in their new home. They took me about two weeks to do them. I was still very new to the art. I've had too much fun with the art to do too many commisioned pieces, I make more gifts than anything else. This year my Christmas cards were ornaments, some quite intriquite.

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Jacqui's Puppy Love

Puppy Love

Puppy Love

I have been doing stained glass projects for the past year using foil This pattern is by Carolyn Kyle.I made it as a gift to Straydog.org a no kill shelter in Gun Barrel City, TX as a Memorial to their founder Pat Arnold who died a few years ago. This took me about 20 hours to make.

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Deer Scene

by Debbie
(Wisconsin)

Hi Sue, I wanted to let you know I took your advice and did the repair as you advised. First time for a repair. I was very nervous about doing it, but am pleased with the outcome and also thankful for the experience. I used a different type of glass for the sun. So far no cracks. I also wanted you to know I followed your tutorial on how to apply copper patina and I was amazed. You are right it shines like a "new copper penny". This is a gift for a special relative. My brother made the frame out of old boards from a swinging bridge. I think my cousin will love it! Thank you...Debbie

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