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.

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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Mother's Day Wall Hanging

This Mother's Day fused glass wall hanging is only about 40% completed.  I'm very excited to see it completed and I've done several test pieces so I'm pretty confident of what it will look like when I'm done.  If you're a fused glass artist, you know that sometimes as much as you prep and test, sometimes things don't work as planned.  I have high hopes though, that it will be finished as I hope it will be.

In the picture above, this is the layout of the wall hanging.  The pictures in glass are on top of a paper towel so you can see them better.  I will be painting each piece and then firing a piece of glass on the back.  Each of the pieces will have a hook in them and they will be hanging with chain to connect them to the piece above it.  The overall length of the wall hanging will probably be about 15"-20" long depending on how long I make the top chain or wire.  I will be using a gold color background and the finished color will be a little lighter than the gold in the picture below.  

In this picture, these are some of the pieces that are getting ready to be fired.  As you can see in the picture with the green background on the bottom right, there is a small hook at the top.  Each of the pieces in the wall hanging above will have small hooks fired in them so I can hang them with chain to the piece above and below it.

 Wish me luck on the final piece.  I'll post it when I'm done so you can see how it came out, so if you're curious too, keep checking my blog.


  1. Adorable. Such a clean and organized home.

  2. Thank you so much for your comment. I love making memorable gifts for people. I love to see what it means to them. I'm hoping to turn this same product into my items that include ashes. Please check back to see a posting soon of a picture in glass with ashes of a friends pet. I will be making a keychain with the ashes and the picture of their dog. If you need a wall hanging or a special memory gift, I would love to have you contact me. My email is addicted2glassfusion@yahoo.com.

    Thank you