Embrace your inner artist long enough and you become one. – mara lee
Things I’ve Stopped to Glue
Part 1 – Glass on Glass Window Gallery
Reflecting on 2018 and found myself thinking about all of the things that I said I was gonna get done and didn’t. But … since I don’t make resolutions the woulda, coulda, shoulda side of the whole guilt trip thing is pretty much mute.
Besides, I made thousands of great decisions, sorta kept to one list, sold a ton of stuff, stayed fairly organized, learned something new everyday and I can still button my old jeans. Well done!
Cheers to a Healthy and Happy New Year!
“It is good to collect things, but it is better to go on walks.” ― Anatole France
The winner is … 😉 an oldie but a goodie 5 years later. onward!
I found this 10-panel vintage window in Orange, California. It survived the drive back to the Midwest – on top of the truck – and measures 5′ x 2′ feet. The window has a sturdy frame and the glass is in great shape plus … it has really cool hinges that I’ll leave as is. Considering how long this took to create I may have to keep this piece and find a place for it in the cabin. It’s a favorite!
Cleaned the entire window with vinegar & water and let it dry. Started to cut the glass pieces and create the design. Made the decision to not glue it down during the design.
Next time … I’m going to trust myself and glue the glass as I’m laying out the design.
Perfect first pass and not a single piece glued.
Glass on Glass – 10 Panes – Private…
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