Monday, March 2, 2009

Glass, Glass, Glass






OOPS - just wrote out a blog and then proceeded to send it out into space!

I spent last Friday morning hanging out at a stained glass class, talking and watching the other 7 students. It was great, just about everyone talked about what they were doing in the whole process of making a stained glass piece. All of the students became teachers that day. I get to start cutting glass this coming Friday - I'm so excited. One lady is in the process of making these really cool pendants - and was somewhat discouraged with the whole thing, but after we talked, she seemed to be feeling better about it all - the really funny thing is we ran into each other as I was leaving Hobby Lobby and she was going in!
Patience - I'm having a hard time being patient - I want to do these - now - I've started some pieces in advance that will eventually get framed as a small stained glass piece.
Meanwhile - working on small glass discs that can be either magnets or pendants, along with the square and rectangle glass tiles and more Easter ornaments.

My "bug", along with my upstairs neighbors have gone! YEAH!!!! With a couple of decent days sleep, I'm definitely feeling better and hopefully will be getting more done - still working on rearranging and getting things cleaned up around here - lots of things to sell, give away, donate etc.
Have a wonderful day!

5 comments:

jupiter family said...

Dear Friends:
Welcome to visit our website - Hermes Art
http://hermes-art.blogspot.com/

Marie Antionette said...

Hi Sweetie,glad your feeling better,no I'n still not well,Its a hanger oner I guess,But I'm still doing so it has not killed me yet...LOL...I love the egg ornaments .That solid blue one is really beautiful.I always wanted to learn stained class painting.Do your hands get all cut up? Thank you so much for stoping by ,you started off my day with good vibes.Hugs XXOO Marie Antionette

lisianblue said...

Hi Marie -
Oh gosh - I hope you are feeling better soon!
Stained glass is sort of funny - because the glass is usually already stained when you buy it! So far, I haven't cut any glass in class yet - I hope I don't get all cut up!!! Shouldn't if I do it right!
I want to combine my glass painting, and the techniques used for "stained glass" to make some pendants and other things.
Feel better soon! Try adding some zinc - I think it helps!
Hugs back
Kris

Lauren said...

ohh, I took a stained glass class a few years ago and it was really fun! Glad to hear that you are enjoying it!

Marie Antionette said...

Hey Hon,I just droped by to check up on you..Hugs Marie Antionette