Fused Glass, Home Decor, Recycled Glass, Stained Glass

Huffman, Texas · 916 Sales


Fused Glass, Home Decor, Recycled Glass, Stained Glass

Huffman, Texas 916 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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GlassArtByMargot is taking a short break


Note from shop owner Taking a short break. My shop will reopen Monday, July 23.

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Last updated on Jul 16, 2018

Taking a short break. My shop will reopen Monday, July 23.


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How I began my glass journey...

Both my father and grandfather were skilled stained glass artisans. For years I begged my father to make a stained glass window for my home. But it was a bit like the shoemaker's children who had no shoes. He never seemed to get around to it. After he retired I begged one more time. This time he said, "Why don't you do it! I'll teach you."

My first piece was one he insisted I design myself. He taught me all of the traditional methods of working in stained glass. I fell in love with the process and loved working with glass. It was one of those "where have you been all of my life" moments. After a several years of creating pieces for myself, family and friends, I was ready to go public selling at shows, gift shops, here on Etsy and doing custom commissioned pieces.

A few years later I became curious about the process of fused glass. The ability to make functional art intrigued me. I enjoy not only the design process, but also the science of working with firing schedules in the kiln. Along the way I also experimented with recycled glass transforming wine bottles that are destined for the trash to something useful.

Speaking of experimenting, I love exploring new ideas and methods which is why there is a such a variety of things in my shop. Most of my pieces are one of a kind designs. Every piece I make is made with great attention to detail and quality.

If you would like to follow my journey, be sure to check out my blog at - you can click on the "Shop Blog" link on the right side of this page.

Thanks for stopping by!


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  • Margot


    I was born to create. I opened my first business when I was 6 years old selling woven potholders that I made. I set up a card board shop outside my father's custom framing shop in New York City. From then on I continued to create and sell things.

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