Little recycled glass pieces were used to make these adorable cross ornaments. I used tweezers and lots of wine to keep my hand steady. Every bit of glass gets used up in my studio.
Cobalt blue antique plate and pink floral broken china was used to make these adorable heart-shaped tabletop mirrors.
I made these sunflower mosaic with variety of yellow and green stained glass scrap, and textured copper Van Gogh glass as a focal point. Each glass piece is hand cut and laid into a recycled copper metal coaster, grouted dark brown and sealed. Each coaster is a quarter of a sunflower that creates a lovely sunburst when put together. This elegant set of rustic mosaic coasters is made with 100% recycled materials.
I made this sunflower mosaic with recycled stained glass scrap on a vintage refurbished teak wood trivet. The wooden base needed some cleaning up and re-staining, but the round trivet is well made with raised top layer. This funcional recycled stained glass art makes a really beautiful table centerpiece.
The custom process starts with color selection. Once a customer chooses colors available from my scrap glass, I start the process and keep my client updated at every step. The cross is painted; a mosaic is created, grouted and finally sealed. The clients receives it and loves it (I hope). This green cross was requested by a returning customer. Thank you Jamie!