Sunday, November 1, 2009

A Real Cut Up

I just found out one of my stained glass snowflakes is featured in an Etsy Treasury. Thanks Kaatirocketts! Click here before Tuesday at 8:00 am Eastern to see all the beautiful winter and summer inspired artworks listed in this Treasury.
This snowflake is one of many I have been working on for the last few weeks. By the end of the day today I hope to have 30 finished snowflakes and a few sun catchers ready to send to the Iowa Artisans Gallery for winter sales.

We have seen a few snow flurries around but nothing is sticking to the ground yet. Good news for me because I still have piles of leaves to clean up before the snow sets in. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend....Greetings from sunny and crisp, cool Wisconsin. - Chris


Lynn said...

You are so multi talented Chris. These are beautiful and congrats for getting them into the treasury!
Sounds like they found YOU!

Jackie said...

Your snowflakes are amazing!

What happens if you leave the leaves there? Are you left with a mess after the snow melts? I hate to rake leaves! But I don't know if it would be worse in the spring.

Linda Robertus said...

Wow Chris, this is so beautiful!


That blue, gold and white snowflake is gorgeous.
What type of leaves will you be raking? will you compost them?

knitsewjo said...

Have you changed the glass you use for your snowflake. It seems even more gorgeous than last years.
The new multicolor is beautiful. Will it be a snowflake or a variant of 'Texas Star'
Tessellator, alligator!

knitsewjo said...

p.s. You're a treasure, too.

Plays with Needles said...

That snowflake with etched lass is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!

Jackie said...

I can vouch for this gorgeous snowflake. Mine brings me great joy daily.