GaysieMay

Handmade glass lampwork beads and jewelry

237 Sales

GaysieMay

Handmade glass lampwork beads and jewelry

237 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(79)

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Gay

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Announcement   The art of melting glass to form beads is completely addictive and the beautiful Yorkshire Coast, is a constant source of inspiration. Thank you for looking x

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Last updated on Nov 12, 2015

The art of melting glass to form beads is completely addictive and the beautiful Yorkshire Coast, is a constant source of inspiration. Thank you for looking x

Gay

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Gay

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5 out of 5 stars
(79)
ethelstuff

ethelstuff on Jun 3, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

This is without a doubt one of the most adorable beads I have. Thank you for creating it as I requested. My girlfriend is going to love it.

Jean Evans

Jean Evans on May 10, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Theses beads are beautiful ,gorgeous colours ,many thanks xxx

aardvaark

aardvaark on Apr 27, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

I love these earrings and the elegant earwires are the finishing touch

aardvaark

aardvaark on Apr 27, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

A beautiful set of beads thank you!

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About

I'm a creative, glass melting addict! Come join me?

Lampwork or Flamework is the art of melting glass and wrapping it around a steel mandrel to form a bead.

The process itself is completely absorbing, sending me to my happy place. I find myself in the flow, oblivious to the world around me.

My creations are born out of my mood, if I'm a little down when I turn on my torch I often make something cheery and a little bonkers, like my Ladies What Lunch beads, before long my mood is lifted as these crazy ladies make me smile as I put them in the kiln. If I'm in a serene mood then I may produce one of my landscape beads inspired by the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside where I live in the UK.

I've been lucky enough to teach and share my love of lampworking internationally, meeting and making wonderful friends all over the world.

Why not come along to my little converted caravan studio and let me guide you in this fascinating art form?

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