Tracey Smith's Profile

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Hi welcome to my Etsy shop! Thanks for stopping, I hope you can take a bit of time and browse...enjoy some stained glass & I hope you will make this one of your favorite shops! Stained glass makes a great gift for someone special or just to treat yourself.

Hope to see you again soon! I will continue to add new and exciting stained glass just for you

http://www.traceofglass.etsy.com

'bout me, I'm Tracey ~ I was born & raised in Colorado and have been in Washington for 13 years & am now back in Colorado. I have been creating stained glass windows & original pieces for going on 30 years now. I fell in love with it instantly when my father & I took our first class & I still love it after all these years. I have mostly created custom windows, taught classes, even wholesale. No matter…

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  • Female
  • Born on June 29
  • Joined February 13, 2011

Favorite materials

glass, glass and more glass, wire, sea shells, crystals, sea glass

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TraceofGlass
Touch of Whimsy & Magical Stained Glass

About

Hi welcome to my Etsy shop! Thanks for stopping, I hope you can take a bit of time and browse...enjoy some stained glass & I hope you will make this one of your favorite shops! Stained glass makes a great gift for someone special or just to treat yourself.

Hope to see you again soon! I will continue to add new and exciting stained glass just for you

http://www.traceofglass.etsy.com

'bout me, I'm Tracey ~ I was born & raised in Colorado and have been in Washington for 13 years & am now back in Colorado. I have been creating stained glass windows & original pieces for going on 30 years now. I fell in love with it instantly when my father & I took our first class & I still love it after all these years. I have mostly created custom windows, taught classes, even wholesale. No matter where my travels have taken me I have always been able to continue with stained glass. Stained glass is amazing to work with and the colors are fascinating. Ever changing colors as the light changes.
As you will notice in the pictures, glass is hard to photograph, to bring out the true colors as it will continue to change as the light does. With bevels & crystals they will pick up the light and give off prisms through out the room.

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