GallopingGlass

Galloping Glass--Ornaments of 1,000 hand-threaded beads

Oklahoma, United States · 34 Sales

GallopingGlass

Galloping Glass--Ornaments of 1,000 hand-threaded beads

Oklahoma, United States 34 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Bethany M

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Announcement   To support the giving of horses to the girls who have earned them.
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To support the giving of horses to the girls who have earned them.
Want to learn more? click here.

Bethany M

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Bethany M

Custom Beaded Christmas Ornament Pattern
US$10.00

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weesied

weesied on Dec 7, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Oh! I just found this after I had left a comment somewhere else. So at the risk of repeating myself, I LOVE it & can hardly wait to give it to my pianist/organist friend! Thanks so much!

paxton94

paxton94 on Mar 16, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

very different, beautiful, very talented, wonderful piece of art, love the names of these... HIGHLY RECOMMEND...will purchase again & again... **********

paxton94

paxton94 on Mar 16, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

gorgeous, very creative, love it, very nice to order from...HIGHLY RECOMMEND... **********

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About

The Girl who Gives Away Horses

My four-legged partner, Cole’, short for Sobea Collector, was my inspiration to start a second job. As a wise man once said, “Equis costus muchus.” I have found that to be very true, one turned into three and the bills somehow became larger.

I run a small program that challenges girls to learn about God, horses, and themselves. If they complete what usually amounts to two years of work (Complete Parelli Level 2 and many other things) they get to own and take home the horse they have been partnered with free of charge.

I have been trying to find a way for Cole’ and the other horses to help make their own money. At 12 and below, they are too young to have their own Etsy shop, child protection laws, and all that. I tried to have them help with mine, but glass ornaments… It didn’t work out so well, so we settled on figurehead or mascots for now, until they come up with a better idea.

I picked up beading ornaments when someone gave me some seed beads. My mom likes Victorian decorations, so I thought I would try to make her a Christmas present. I did, and still had beads left over. I made a couple more. I might have quit, but I was hired for a very boring day job. My job required sitting, watching, and very little else. Out of self-defense, I took my beading to work to stave off boredom, always designing and never repeating a pattern, that boredom thing again. My collection grew, took over a box, outgrew that, took over most of the extraneous boxes lying around my house, at which point I realized I should be selling some of my growing collection. I experimented with a couple of venues and settled on Etsy.


Check out my other ornaments here: http://www.GallopingGlass.etsy.com

You can click on the links under Related Links ( GallopingGlass.com ), to the right, to reach the website, the blog and the Facebook page.

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  • Bethany

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Teacher

    I love to facilitate the horses teaching the girls. My partner in the journey to level 4 and beyond is Cole. The rest of the horses are in the program. If a girl sticks with it and gets to level 2 she gets the horse she has been playing with,

  • Cole

    Bethanys Levels Partner

    After teaching Level 1 to four different people she said no more, so in succession Mint, Tekoa, Gwendolyne, and Countess came to teach girls about God, horses, and themselves. Cole enjoys the higher levels and learning new things at her own pace.

  • Mint

    Teacher Extraordinare

    Mint has been teaching level 1 for years. He looks forward to the girl who will take him all the way through level 2 so he can go home with her to his forever home. He is the best horse I have ever seen about being exactly the horse the girl needs.

  • Countess

    Teacher, Learner

    Countess is the newest member of the crew. A thoroughbred, she was rescued from starvation along with the rest of the yearlings from her barn after being sent to a trainer who did not feed them. She is learning the ropes of teaching level 1.

  • Gwen

    Graduate

    Also known as Gwendolyn Rose, the pure blooded Arabian mare graduated level 2 and now lives with her girl pushing the limits of levels 3 and 4. Gwen Came to us when her former owner had to move out of state and could not take her horse.

  • Tekoa

    Graduate

    At over 16 hands, Tekoa is an imposing red appendix quarter horse. He loves birdseed and living with his girl. He was given to the program after his former owner got married and lost interest in him.

Shop policies

Last updated on July 3, 2013

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Shipping
If you request shipment to a secondary address after purchase is complete, I will refund your transaction after which you can repurchase with the corrected address.
Refunds and Exchanges
In case you are not fully satisfied with your beautiful ornament, a full refund will be given after I receive it. Shipping paid by the buyer.

If the glass bulb breaks during shipping:
A drape that slips over the ornament; the price of another ornament will be refunded to you.
A wrap that cannot be removed without the breakage of the ornament; upon receipt of the beaded portion, I will either recraft the wrap on another bulb, or refund your money and reasonable shipping costs.