Sharpwood on Jan 10, 2016
Thanks so much! it was perfect.
Glass is an addiction!
It all started in the late 90s. A friend needed some space to work on Christmas presents. I'd just taken over a spare bedroom to convert to my studio. I happily invited my friend over to be crafty in my new creative space. She was doing something I'd never seen before ... stained glass! That very day I made my first Christmas ornament (which has sadly since fallen apart). Since that day, I've been on a quest to surround myself with glass and work with it every chance I get. I started taking classes at a local stained glass store, and then I got hired there as part time help. I worked there for almost 10 years, and my time there was incredibly valuable. I learned a lot ... like what I should have done with my first Christmas ornament so it would never fall apart! I had my hands in every part of being a glass artisan: making small suncatchers, stained glass panels, reparing stained glass, designing stained glass, making and repairing lamps, and even learning fused glass and teaching my own classes. I made a lot of friends at the shop and miss my time there, but there always comes a point to move on and grow on your own. That brought me to where I am today - Etsy and the craft show circuit. I love what I'm doing and I find the most inspiration from my customers and friends because they have no preconceptions of what "can" be done with glass as a medium which means they'll ask me if I can do something, and I always find a way to deliver. I'm very grateful to those questions because they force me to expand my own thinking and creativity and I continue to explore glass as a medium for art.
Owner, Maker, Designer
I have been working with glass for about 15 years and I love making things that inspire and bring joy to other people.
I want all my customers to be happy, so always contact me with any inquiries you may have!
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
If you experience any problems completing your transaction, please contact me so I may help.
For pieces $100-$250, a non-refundable deposit of 25% will be required to set up the layaway. The remaining balance is due within 45 days. If payment isn't completed within 45 days, any payment above the initial 25% will be refunded via PayPal and item will be available for public sale.
For items over $250, a non-refundable deposit of 25% will be required to set up the layaway. The remaining balance is due within 75 days. If payment isn't completed within 75 days, any payment above the initial 25% will be refunded via PayPal and item will be available for public sale.
Layaway items will be shipped upon receipt of full payment.
For made to order items, work will begin on the item upon payment and will ship upon completion of the item. Please see specific items for time frames.
Insurance is STRONGLY suggested on all glass items. I pack each item as carefully as possible, but I cannot control how it is handled during shipping. Some items include insurance; this is stated in the product description as appropriate.
Refunds and Exchanges
All sales are considered final.
I do strive for customer satisfaction, so if you are absolutely unhappy with your item, please contact me. Individual inquiries regarding returns and refunds will be considered. This will be handled on a case by case basis. All costs associated with shipping for returned items will be the responsibility of the buyer.
Sorry, no refund. If insurance was purchased, a claim will need to be filed with the post office to be refunded the cost of the item. Claims can be filed here: https://www.usps.com/ship/file-domestic-claims.htm
Sorry, no refunds.
Additional policies and FAQs
Any questions? Ask! I'm always happy to answer questions. :-)