|Manzanita Burlwood really accents our glass wildlife|
July has proven to be yet another busy month in the Studio. Along with the usual Etsy orders shipped all over the country, we restocked the store in Jackson Hole with a new selection of wildlife this month. Pictured below was part of the selection of wildlife we sent up there, including some fun wildlife ornaments.
|Blown Glass Fighting Elk Scenes are very popular|
|Blown Glass Moose with cattails|
|Our Bucking Bronco Ornament can either stand or hang|
|Moose Ornament with Gold Antlers|
|Glass Cowboy Boot Ornament|
|White Water Rafting Glass Ornament|
|Pouncing Fox Blown Glass Ornament|
|Bugling Elk Blown Glass Ornament|
|Cowboy/Bucking Bronco Glass Ornament|
|Blown glass Moose Ornament|
|Blown Glass Trout Ornament|
Russ also created a Southwest themed slumped, sandblasted glass bowl this month.
|Southwest themed float glass decorative bowl|
While we do have a lot of success when shipping our glass, every now and then we endure the hassles of shipping mishandling. The Daisy pictured below was so beautiful, but when the postal service broke it not only once, but twice, both us and the customer were at our wit's end and we have decided that is one flower that can't endure shipping. Anyone wanting this particular flower will need to personally pick it up at the Studio. We're just like any business out there, can't seem to escape a little drama here and there. But overall, the rewards of glass far outweigh the mishaps. That's why we keep moving on.
|A Fragile Blown Glass Daisy|