Fused Glass Gifts

This is a bit of an odd post because it’s 2 parts. Custom Fused Glass Christmas ornaments and gifts. I put them together because even though they are all different, they are all gifts. First the ornaments. For 2020 I created four 2020 custom mask ornaments. I kept one, gave one two my son, and gave one to my work Christmas tree.

Another of my custom fused glass ornaments I made this year was for my work Christmas tree. It’s a custom decal I made of my office symbol. I work for the government, so people brought in ornaments with each of the services that work in our office (Army, Marines, & Air Force) and I wanted to make one with our symbol. It turned out perfect, so colorful and I love it. I liked it so much I made two one for them and one for me.

A couple months ago I did a post on little flower fused glass magnets I gave to a couple friends who’s wife had breast cancer, another who’s mom was sick, and another one who’s wife had surgery. This month another co-worker’s father-in-law died so I gave him a beautiful flower magnet. I hope they like it.

Another gift I gave this year is to a wonderful lady I met, Rene who has aggressive cancer. She’s so brave and strong, I wanted to give her something to remind her to continue the fight. My prayers are with you.

I’m praying for you Rene

Last but not least I wanted to give some health care workers some gifts. The first one is a hanging fused glass decoration “Not all Heroes Wear Capes”. I also have a couple of magnets. I want to thank all health care workers, not just the ones dealing with COVID but those who are helping those with other illnesses.

If you would like to see more of my fused glass work, please refer to my website Elegant Fused Glass by Karen. If you get a chance, check out all my sites; my Art fire Store, my Etsy store,  Elegant Fused Glass by Karen YouTube and my Pinterest, and. If you would like to stay abreast of what I’m up-to and learn a little more about jewelry, check out our newsletter. It is published the last day of each month.

Keeping my kiln warm,

Karen

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