Glass and more glass

Fused Jellyfish by Janet Crosby

A few weeks ago, I bought my friend’s kiln. It is larger than my kilns and I am excited to be able to do larger fused glass pieces. She has not been doing any glass work for several years now and -waitaminute- she gave me her studio supply of sheet glass and tools, too.

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Catch A Wave!

Watercolor wave sticker by Janet Crosby

I have updated my vinyl wave stickers listing. Quick update — these are new cutout stickers and an automatic 30% discount if you order two or more.

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Take A Walk

Forest Path by Janet Crosby

In this post, I decided to feature some of the sights on my nature walks to show what catches my eye and influences my work. Let’s go!

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Build Your Own Necklace

Encased Jellyfish Necklace by Janet Crosby

I like to offer a variety of bead styles and necklace chains, and there are certainly more ways to mix-and-match than one. Wit that in mind, I am happy to announce that I have installed a ‘builder’ in my shop.

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Wish List

I have added a new feature to the shop… a ✨wish list. ✨ Now you can save your favorite item(s) to keep track of and shop directly from your wish list.

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Fire Flowers

Making a Fire Flower by Janet Crosby

Flowers that bloom in a ball of fire and molten glass. I have been on a kick exploring what are known as ‘implosions’ in glass. A process where, as opposed to an explosion, the main action is inward.

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Art For Animals Wrap-Up

World Vets provides veterinary care for animals that would otherwise have none - photo courtesy of World Vets

Thank you to all who participated in sharing the word, bidding, and taking time to learn more about World Vets in the first ever Art for Animals fundraiser! The Auction The auction for Pippa the Pencil Thief (photo below) closed at $81.00, and World Vets and I extend hearty congratulations and a big thank you to…

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Reclaimed Barn Wood Series

Red Barn in the Autumn Light

I live on an old farmstead out in the rolling hills. One of my favorite things — and biggest inspiration — is our old red barn. Built between 1907 and 1911, it has stood the test of time. As has our old truck, although not quite as old. 😀 (1946 Chevy). A Closer Look A…

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