Some new ideas for spring

I have almost finished the alterations on the windows of my last commission and I am waiting for the cement to dry, I have had a chance to make a couple more items for upcoming craft fair season and for my on line shop.

I am really striving to get my cutting very accurate and so I have started using very thin lead in order to leave no room for error and I am enjoying the challenge and the effect is much more refined.

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2 Responses to “Some new ideas for spring”


  1. 1 thesockgarden April 6, 2010 at 12.48

    Very nice Amy! I really like the bright mix of colours and shapes in the one at the bottom. The blue glass has a lovely sky effect to it.


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