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Snowflakes in Spring



This was a fun custom piece to make for a lovely woman in Pennsylvania. This larger version of a falling snow panel I made last winter has a few more flakes and more icy textured chards of glass. Everyone who saw it says they feel cold when looking at it!


Stained glass snowflake panel by Laura Koss, owner and maker at Garden State Glasswork

Check out a few photos of the process leading up to the final finished piece.


Stained glass panel, work in progress by Laura Koss, owner of Garden State Glasswork

First I cut iridescent snowflakes and find just the right placement. Then I choose the textured clear glass that they'll "fall" in front of.



Stained glass panel, work in progress by Laura Koss, owner of Garden State Glasswork

Each piece of glass is foiled and ready for solder.


Work in progress by Laura Koss of Garden State Glasswork

I can't resist lifting a freshly-soldered piece to see light sparkle through for the first time.


Laura Koss of Garden State Glasswork holding a stained glass panel.

The final stained glass panel, framed and ready for its new home.


Stained glass snowflakes by Laura Koss of Garden State Glasswork

Thanks for looking!


See more glass here: https://www.gardenstateglasswork.com


Interested in a custom piece of your own? Send me a message! gardenstateglasswork@gmail.com


- Laura Koss

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