Announcement My glass is hand blown in my glass studio located in Mukilteo, WA. Most of my pieces are durable for the outdoors in all climates year round. If you have any questions about a listing please contact me directly at: katie [!at] glassgardensnw.com. Thanks for your support!
My glass is hand blown in my glass studio located in Mukilteo, WA. Most of my pieces are durable for the outdoors in all climates year round. If you have any questions about a listing please contact me directly at: katie [!at] glassgardensnw.com. Thanks for your support!
kfix2014 on Jul 20, 2016
I sent this as a birthday gift and my friend loved this garden art!
sono3o on Jul 1, 2016
Awesome-fit the bill perfectly! Thank you.
sono3o on Jul 1, 2016
It was wonderful. I am a teacher and we had looked at Chihuly a bit. This was purchased as a gift for a member of the staff at our school. She loved it.
Hand blown glass in the Pacific Northwest
This business was started by Barbara Sanderson from the ground up. She's an outdoor enthusiast and garden lover who focused her craft on creating unique and colorful pieces for year round outdoor decor'. My husband and I purchased this wonderful business from her when she decided that it was time for her to move onto the next adventure that lays ahead for her.
Both Patrick and I learned glass blowing from the University of South Alabama and have been working with glass for over 4 years. We plan on using our knowledge in glass to continue making the pieces you've known to find at Glass Gardens NW and expand on some new ideas of our own to add.
Many of these pieces can be left outside all year long in all climates. The bright and vivid colors add a lot to any garden in all seasons.
Thanks for stopping by and please let me know if you have any questions!
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Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
I will ship items once payment has cleared the bank. Thank you.
If your item is not in stock it may take up to 5-7 days for me to make and ship your item. I ship all packages via the United States Postal Service (USPS) Priority Mail Service. This means you will receive your package within 3 days of shipping. All purchases are thoroughly wrapped with bubble wrap and insured.
If you have any questions about your order or shipment, feel free to contact me at katie [!at] glassgardensnw.com.
Refunds and Exchanges
Thank you for your purchase! All sales are final unless you received a broken or incorrect item. Buyer must first contact Katie Matson at katie [!at] glassgardensnw.com to obtain a return authorization code and shipping address. The original item, complete with all packaging must be returned - mailed within 7 days of receipt. Items shipped after this date will not be honored. Buyer is responsible for tracking and insurance on their package(s). I am not responsible for lost or misdirected returns. I will reimburse shipping up to the original amount paid by you for shipping on the returned item. After receipt of your returned item I will either ship a replacement or issue a refund within 3 days of our receipt.
Items returned because of incorrect mailing or shipping address are subject to a 20% restocking fee and original shipping will not be refunded.
Additional policies and FAQs
Can I leave my Glass Gardens NW products outdoors in all weather?
My outdoor sculptures are created with thick glass and are designed to be left outside in all seasons. The color of the glass does not fade over time or with sun exposure. Freezing weather does not cause glass to crack – instead it’s freezing water in contained spaces that expands and causes cracking. Since most of my outdoor sculptures do not collect water they are safe in freezing weather conditions. Floats that are purchased for water features should be brought out of the water during freezing weather. Thermal shock can also cause glass to crack. If your sculptures are in sunny locations in warm areas and are shocked with cold water spray (such as from automatic watering systems) the glass may suffer from thermal shock and crack. Just make sure to either water in cooler parts of the day or evening or locate your glass away from automatic watering systems.
How do I clean my glass artwork?
You can clean your glass with either glass cleaners like Windex or with warm soapy water.
Do you make custom orders?
Yes I love to collaborate with folks who are looking for custom glass sculptures. Please contact me directly to discuss your ideas.