Glass House Class
Shape and cut glass to create a 5X7in glass house
Commemorate your house in glass!
Bring a 5x7in picture of your house. Our instructor Sandy will help you learn to cut glass and recreate the front of your house as best as possible with the studio glass on hand. Some homes could be challenging, but it is all a fun learning experience and an unique piece to create and have. Whether it’s a new or old house or maybe even a housewarming gift, the choice is up to you.
These will then be fired to be taken home at a later date and framed by you.
The class will be held on Friday, June 23 from 12p – 3p.
Eligibility: No prior experience is needed. 10 yrs of age or older. Minors need to be accompanied by an adult. 15 – 17 just need the waiver signed by an adult before participation. Accompanying adults don’t need to pay for the class unless they also want to make a piece.
Requirements: 5x7in picture/print of your house, closed-toe shoes
All materials and equipment use is included in the cost
Disclaimer: In order for the class to run, we will need a minimum of 3 students. There are a maximum of 8 spots. No refunds after June 16th.
MEET THE INSTRUCTOR
Fused Glass Artist & Instructor Sandy Krebeck has been crafting for as long as she can remember. She has sewn and made quilts for over 25 years. “I also love and admire all things handmade and dabble in quite a few crafts,” she says. Sandy started in glass 21 years ago, learning stained glass first and then taking a fusing class. Immediately she was hooked, soon purchasing a kiln and making her own creations at home. Sandy was first introduced to Third Degree in 2011 at a Third Friday Open House, where she met cofounder Doug Auer and inquired about opportunities. It wasn’t long before Sandy found herself working and making her own creations in Third Degree’s fused glass studio.Sandy’s creations are purposeful for around the house, and make great gifts. Sandy focuses on small items that she would like in her home, as well as personalized gifts perfect for a wedding or baby shower. She loves giving away her handmade creations to many friends and family. Sandy describes her style as clean and pretty with a little whimsy.