Neighbors be crafty.

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It started innocently enough with me texting our neighbor this picture.

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She’s a retired psychiatrist who’s taken up stained glass as a hobby. While I appreciate the work that goes into such things, I’ve never been a fan of those run of the mill sun catchers… and the few pieces of her work that I’d seen left a lot to be desired.

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So when I saw that fun pot of glass agave leaves, I passed it along because she’s always looking for ideas. Next thing I knew she was texting me pictures of some of her latest projects…

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And I have to say….

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Her work has come a long way. (That frog!❣️)

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I was so impressed with this owl I offered to buy it, but sadly she had already given him away. But then she sent me this…

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And the husband fell in love, immediately pondering its placement the man cave. While I’m thinking this eagle might be a little large, our neighbor now wants us to visit her studio and browse. She even offered us a custom made piece. How great is that!

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38 thoughts on “Neighbors be crafty.”

  1. I had a friend who would take found materials and build houses out of them. They were a joy to behold, albeit a bit eclectic, and reminiscent of walking through a cows intestine of textures and colors. He would build a fence from old boxcars and railroad ties, and people would oooh and ahhh!
    I would take the same junk and build a fence, and people would say, that looks like a fence built from junk. Maybe you should hire a contractor …

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