Stained glass, stained glass suncatchers, fused glass, scrap glass mosaics, microwave flaxseed filled aromatherapy heat bags, wood carvings, statues, flags, bronze jewelry & soap all here at A Touch of Glass...and then some.
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Hi! diane here. I've been doing stained glass for more years than i care to admit - handcrafting everything from stained glass suncatchers, to windows, to 3-D glass pieces, to whatever catches my fancy or someone else's. Kiln work, fused glass, and mosaics have also been added to the mix. What better way to use up ALL that scrap glass from other stained glass projects than by creating mosaics? I use both the Tiffany Copper Foil method, as well as Came construction for my stained glass pieces, many of which are multi-dimensional and incorporate mixed media designs.
In addition to the glass work, i also craft Microwave Heat Bags, filled with flaxseed and a blend of lavender, chamomile and mint for a soothing aromatherapy experience.
John handles the business end of things, scopes out new festivals and fills out a myriad of vendor applications, makes sure we have ample inventory of the things I don't make (like our selection of statues, wood carvings, bronze jewelry and soap), offers unconditional support, and keeps me sane. Thanks to him, I can concentrate mostly on making more stained glass & fused glass stuff, scrap glass mosaics, and sometimes i even can con him into polishing some of those stained glass suncatchers.
I've got some of my stained glass suncatchers, fused glass items, scrap glass mosaics, microwave aromatherapy heat bags and a few other odds & ends at a local shop here in the Poconos. Grapevine Antiques and Crafts Mall is chock full of all sorts of antiques, collectibles, and handmade items. Check it out if you are in the area!
Special orders, custom stained glass work and new ideas are always welcome, as are comments and suggestions for keeping the website a pleasant experience.