Welcome to my Blog. I am always trying to find new and unique ways to express myself through my glass. My work has evolved into my favorite item; pet cremation remembrance pendants. This is where I permanently fuse ashes between layers of glass. My most recent creation is my sepia - pictures in glass, where I take a picture and fuse it into glass. I have also done a few remembrance items with people's ashes which turned out amazing.

My glass can be purchased on either of my two websites

If you need something different, please contact me at
addicted2glassfusion@yahoo.com so we can discuss what you're looking for.

Enjoy my blog. Hopefully you'll find something that inspires you.

Some of my items at addicted2glassfusion.etsy.com

Monday, September 19, 2011

Night Lights and wine bottle stoppers Fresh from the Kiln

I'm getting ready for my craft show the weekend of 10/20/11 and I just pulled some beautiful items out of the kiln today.  Here's a few items that came out.

The animal items will all be night lights.  I will be making some drawer pulls to go with them, as well as I've finished two children's clocks.  The lighting is terrible but I was so exited I wanted to put some pictures up for you to see.  The elephant is just as cute as can be.

My next pictures are a couple of Christmas items.  I'm not sure If I'll make them into night lights or if I'll make them into wine stopper tops.  My favorite one is the light green with Christmas ornaments down the front.

I hope you like them or they inspire your own creativity.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Beautiful platters I just finished in the kiln

As I am getting ready for my craft show October 21, 2011, I realized I love jewelry so much, that's mostly what I had.  I did make some new rings on sterling silver ring bases as well as some new mosaic book marks.  I thought I should now trying to concentrate on some platters similar to my platter that was featured in Culture Magazine.  The first two pictures are still in the kiln so they look like they have white in the middle because they're on a white paper in the kiln.  The glass in the middle where it looks white is actually a clear glass that you can see through.  The platter that has blue and green in it is absolutely amazing.  The 2nd picture, where it's just blue and clear is similar to the platter in the magazine, but much larger. I'll be gluing four glass feet on the bottom of the platters so they'll sit just above the counter top, as shown in picture three which was the platter that was featured in culture cheese magazine.  I think these platters will be a great addition to my craft show.