Introduction to Leaded Glass (Stained Glass) - September 21-23, 2020

Join me September 21-23, 2020 and learn how to do the lead method of stained glass.

Leaded glass panels are preferred for architectural installation (exterior windows, doors, sidelights, transoms, etc) because they are flexible enough to withstand changes in temperature and opening/closing of doors. 

Be Mine: Making My Own Sweethearts

You may not know, but the makers of the original conversation hearts, Necco, went out of business in 2018. There were other candy hearts with messages, but not the original, chalky tasting ones that people love, but never eat. Then the conversation heart business was saved when Spangler swooped in. However, when they started production, there was a glitch in the system and most of the hearts were blank! Sweethearts Conversation Hearts Are Back, But They're Not Very Chatty

Lighting a Cold Winter Night

Lanterns are really popular with stained glass artists. If you look online you'll see hundreds of inspired and creative designs. It's a great example of how each artist responds to the same challenge in their own unique way.

The perameters I was given for this project were: Winter scene, peach and light blue.

Creating Memorial Wind Chimes

Wind chimes are a wonderful way to memorialize a friend, relative or a cherished pet. I've had the honor of making several memorial wind chimes and each time it's a challenge to create something unique that represents the family member.

How To Reclaim Your Flux Corroded Tools

If you've been working with stained glass for any length of time, you know what flux can do to your favorite tools.


Flux corroded tools look oxidized and don't move freely, sometimes not at all. You don't want to buy new tools every time this happens.

I did a little research (so you wouldn't have to) and this is what worked for me.

1. Put your tools in a plastic container and fill it with white vinegar until it covers the tools.

How to Create a Butterfly for Your Garden

Yard are is a great gift!

Follow this step by step process to make you own butterfly garden stakes.  You can find patterns for three different butterflies available for download at my Etsy Shop: Red Dragon Glass


You'll need basic stained glass skills for this project.

1. Cut and fit your glass to the pattern and foil your glass with 7/32" copper backed foil.


Moravian Stars - Advanced Stained Glass

Coming this August! Reserve your space now and learn how to make a variety of geometic star ornaments!


Morovian Stars - Advanced Stained Glass

Advanced Stained Glass - 4-Panel Lamp ~ Sign Up Now!

Join me for a fun class learning how to make a 4-Panel Stained Glass Lamp!

Coming Live! February 4, 5, & 6, 2019 Advanced Stained Glass - 4-Panel Lamp

We'll be making a 4-panel lampshade and learning how to add decorative embelishments. I'll share tips and tricks for assembling 4 and 6 panel lampshades.

Learn more and reserve your space Advanced Stained Glass – 4-Panel Lamp

Watch it live or purchase the course and revceive additional bonus content!

Make Your Own Glass Nuggets!

Making glass nuggets for your stained glass projects is easy if you own your own kiln. Premade niggets come in a limited color range, don't let that limit your creativity! And you can make your own eyes as well! How many times have you wanted to make a project with an animal but worried how to make eyes?

Above are animal eyes, red berries, and miscelleanous nuggets.

Advanced Stained Glass - Foil Method... Sign Up Now!

Coming October 29 - 31 LIVE! Advanced Stained Glass - Foil Method

Just in time for holiday gift giving, we'll be learning how to make 3-D projects. Boxes, sun catchers, and DRAGONS!!! 



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