A new member to the Tallahassee Garden Club, back in the Spring, brought some hand-painted wine glasses to the Spring Bazaar to help with that fundraiser. The glasses were sold within five minutes after being placed on the table. I loved them, and immediately ordered a set.
With Christmas right around the corner, I thought these beautiful glasses would be just the perfect gift for some gardening friends on our gift list, so I ordered a couple of sets.
When I saw the glasses, it occurred to me you might also like to see them.
I asked permission to share her information with you just in case you like them as much as I do.
She does not have an official business. She sells her beautiful glasses by word of mouth. Just in case you might be interested in finding out more information, she can be contacted at the below email address.
I would love to be able to paint like this.
She enclosed a card with her glasses which says, "You are now the owner of a piece of original, hand painted glass. Hand washing recommended. (Dishwasher-safe up to 350F.) Hand-Painted by:
When I went to pick up the finished glasses I saw she does many other designs as well, and she also paints regular glasses, not just wine glasses. There were glasses with designs of deer, turkeys, hunting dogs, wood ducks and similar birds in these photos, but with different flowers. She even had glasses with the Florida State University mascot Chief Osceola and his horse Renegade....they were amazing.
I hope you enjoyed seeing these beautiful hand-painted glasses.
Well! I hope you are getting lots checked off of your "to do" list. I'm working on that too! My goal is to be finished with everything one week before Christmas, so we can spend time with the grandchildren when their Christmas vacation starts. I'm looking forward to a movie/pizza night with my grandboys with the Christmas tree lights blinking in the background......what a fun season!
Thanks for taking the time to stop by for a visit. Wishing you many blessings and a Merry Christmas season wherever you may be.