Debbie Watters' Profile

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My family and my faith are the two most important things in my life. When I am not working you will find me spending quality time with my husband, kids, and grand-daughter. I have been a nurse for 30 years working primarily in Labor and Delivery and with children who have cleft palates and craniofacial abnormalities. Being a nurse has been a great profession and has given me the opportunity to help others.

I have always been told that I have a creative talent which I feel has been a gift from God. About 15 years ago I discovered stain glass and have been doing it as a hobby ever since. Then 3 years ago I bought my first kiln and expanded my love for glass to include fused glass. I absolutely love creating projects and jewelry out of glass and am continually amazed how the different types and colors of glass will come together and create a life of their own. No two pieces are ever identical!…

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  • Born on May 8
  • Joined May 25, 2011

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My family and my faith are the two most important things in my life. When I am not working you will find me spending quality time with my husband, kids, and grand-daughter. I have been a nurse for 30 years working primarily in Labor and Delivery and with children who have cleft palates and craniofacial abnormalities. Being a nurse has been a great profession and has given me the opportunity to help others.

I have always been told that I have a creative talent which I feel has been a gift from God. About 15 years ago I discovered stain glass and have been doing it as a hobby ever since. Then 3 years ago I bought my first kiln and expanded my love for glass to include fused glass. I absolutely love creating projects and jewelry out of glass and am continually amazed how the different types and colors of glass will come together and create a life of their own. No two pieces are ever identical!

Each piece of glass that I create is an original idea and work of art. All glass pieces are cut layered and fired in a kiln up to 1600 degrees and then annealed properly to give them increased durability and strength, on some pieces this occurs multiple times. In honor of a few of my friends, I have created breast cancer pieces which I am able to duplicate with some slight variancies. I hope you enjoy wearing my glass pieces as much as I have enjoyed making them for you!

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