Small and easy to make, suncatchers are a sheer delight to the eye. When placed near a window or other source of bright light, they turn into brilliantly colored showpieces whose radiant beauty can provide a focal point for an entire room and add character to any home. No wonder these simple projects are among the most popular with stained glass crafters. With that audience in mind, professional stained glass artist Connie Clough Eaton has created these 113 charming designs patterned after Victorian-era suncatchers.
Ranging from a single splendid tulip to magnificent butterflies and a dazzling damsel greeting the dawn, the boldly outlined patterns also portray bright masses of flowers, plump cherries ready to be picked, and sparkling portraits of a dove, an owl, a peacock, a parakeet, and other birds. Ideal for creating ornaments to hang in windows or for decorating Christmas trees, these suncatcher designs — many outlined in rectangular, oval, and diamond-shaped frames — can also be used to create unusual gifts that will be treasured for years to come.
|Availability||Out of Stock|
|Author/Editor||Connie Clough Eaton|
|Dimensions||8 1/4 x 11|