GLASSARTBYJACKY

3 Dimensional Pictures on Glass Handmade, Massachusetts

Hanson, Massachusetts | 10 Sales

GLASSARTBYJACKY

3 Dimensional Pictures on Glass Handmade, Massachusetts

Hanson, Massachusetts 10 Sales On Etsy since 2017

5 out of 5 stars
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Announcement   All art is covered in resin, not just glued on glass. All backgrounds are clear glass and each design is unique. Most frames are re-purposed.

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Last updated on Dec 16, 2017

All art is covered in resin, not just glued on glass. All backgrounds are clear glass and each design is unique. Most frames are re-purposed.

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  • Maureen on Nov 8, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    I've loved this since I first saw it, but couldn't figure out where it would fit in my house. Inspiration hit when I walked into a hallway and realized I could tuck it into a corner and have it greet me every time I walk through. I also love that it was ready to hang out of the box. This is my third creation from Jacky and I couldn't be happier with it. This giraffe and the other two items that I picked up from her booth at a craft fair are all perfectly at home on my walls.

  • Bryn-Erin Ward on Oct 15, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    ADORABLE & well made! Excellent communication, packaging & super fast shipping to Canada. Thank you 😄

  • Diane Salvatori on Jul 14, 2018

    5 out of 5 stars

    I ordered this wreath for our front door. I have received many compliments from my neighbors. It is so well crafted and the colors and the shells make this a true beach lover's wreath. I was so happy with mine that I ordered one for my friend.

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Beautiful, whimsical scenes on clear glass. Pictures don't do them justice!

I spent the last 30+ years at the same company, sitting behind a desk. Without warning on October 2017 my company cut my job, which was a blessing in disguise. It gave me free time to explore other interest. I needed to add a top to a small cabinet so I decided to try using resin. Without any idea what I was doing I loved finish look, even with all it's imperfections. I tried to think of other ideas using resin. I started out with sea shells but then expanded to Christmas themes. Through a lot of trial and error I finally got the hang of creating my artwork. I signed up for my first craft fair on a Thursday and was selling two days later.
Thanks to the advice of other crafters, they encouraged me to set up an online shop. I only started this two months ago but I am in love with the look of this craft.

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