Announcement NEW SALE ITEMS ADDED! Items labeled as sale are ready to ship to make room for new works! All wall hangings, terrariums, and housewares handmade from recycled window glass. Visit my website to see more beautiful photos, and learn about process, glass, care, and the artist: megamyersdesigns.com
NEW SALE ITEMS ADDED! Items labeled as sale are ready to ship to make room for new works! All wall hangings, terrariums, and housewares handmade from recycled window glass. Visit my website to see more beautiful photos, and learn about process, glass, care, and the artist: megamyersdesigns.com
Meg Gallagher on Jul 21, 2016
artdog7 on Jun 23, 2016
Megyn's custom order for me (extra large hand/palm) was beyond my expectations. Gorgeous! I teach my daughter not to buy anything that doesn't take her breath away. When I first saw this on etsy, it took my breath away, and when I opened my package...it was definitely breathtaking! Looks awesome in my sunny bedroom window...and very cool to wake up to and go to sleep to. LOVE it! Brings me much joy! : )
Well Scent on Apr 23, 2016
So pretty! Lovely craftsmanship and shop, owner/ artist.
Lover of making things. Maker of lovely things.
Meg Myers (the smiley hippie, not sultry songstress) is a self proclaimed Jill-of-all-trades. Growing up in a rural town outside of Sacramento, CA she learned how to do stained glass at a young age from her dad. She left the golden state to earn her BFA at the University of Colorado, where she began to understand more her passion for creating. One more move back to CA, two awesome artist apprenticeships, a spectacular quarter-life crises later, and she was ready to start her business.
After having hands in many mediums, glass was the one that stuck. She returned to the skills her dad taught her, broke down an old single pane window she had, and started constructing small geometric homes for an ever-growing succulent habit. This fun exploration soon erupted into a dumpster diving, craigslisting, city-wide scavenger hunt for more windows, which came in abundance. Finding so many windows that were ultimately headed for the dump made it clear to her that she wanted to use exclusively repurposed glass. Check out the "glass" page on megamyersdesigns.com for more about reclaimed window glass.
Meg returned to Sacramento in 2013, and is currently working out of Panama Art Factory alongside some of Sacramento’s finest craftspeople.
Also, she's a huge dope.
Owner, Maker, Designer
She does it all ladies and gentlemen!
I work in the copper foil technique of stained glass, and every little piece of glass is cut, foiled, and soldered by these two hands (picture the jazz hands...).
If you have a custom order in mind (like a unique bead to use on a box, dimensions, designs, etc.) I am open to chattin' about it, just message me.
Customer service and satisfaction is very important to me, please don't hesitate with questions or concerns by messaging me or emailing me at meg.a.myers[at]gmail.com
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment is due within 48 hours of purchase. Please send a quick message if theres an issue, because otherwise your item will be re-listed.
Please note: international delivery can take up to 2-4 weeks, so please plan accordingly. It all depends on customs, sometimes a parcel flies on through, other times it gets caught up. Also, tracking is only provided while it is in the U.S., once its abroad you will not be able to use tracking. This is the most affordable international service I've found, if you would like to request a different carrier, please message me.
All items are packaged in newspaper, its a free, recyclable packing material, and it provides a safe cushy ride for fragile glasswares.
Refunds and Exchanges
All other returns and exchanges will be considered on a case by case basis. Please report any issues to me within 3 days of receipt. Return shipping fees will be the responsibility of the buyer, return item must be insured, if damage occurs during return shipping buyer will be reimbursed once payment has been received from USPS.
Additional policies and FAQs
The metals used in my work naturally oxidize (especially in humid climates), if your item has a little discoloration around the edges, it can be easily removed with a wet Q-tip. Never clean with an abrasive material, even the green side of a sponge will scratch or remove the dark patina on the metal. If this does somehow occur, I would suggest bringing your piece to a local stained glass shop, I'm sure they would dab a little patina on there for ya. Or contact me.
I use solder that is 60% Tin and 40% Lead. It is not harmful to handle, just be aware that it does contain lead, and you shouldn't do anything silly like drink water out of it, or sleep cheek to check with it on your pillow ( I know you two are in love, but just don't).