The reason I began a blog was to showcase the beaded, crystal light catchers I make. I use hand-selected glass beads and the finest crystal prisms and string them on quality ribbon. Each light catcher is handmade and one of a kind.
The idea came to me late one night about 3 years ago. I use seven hand selected fine beads (cloisonné, lamp worked, Czech, silver or gold foil, etc.) to represent the seven seen colors of the rainbow. I use fine, German crystal prisms.
These light catchers can be hung in sunny windows and the scatter rainbow circles throughout the room. They evoke a sense of calm and peace. They make great bereavement gifts or a just because gift for yourself or others.
There is a wonderful light shop in downtown Boston. It is a cozy, warm place tucked between a bookstore and piano showroom on Tremont Street.
The last time we were in Boston, we were drawn to this store and enjoyed looking at all the lighting options.
This crystal chandelier is beautifully positioned in their front window and I'm sure when sunlight streams in the color display is spectacular.
These photos were taken in Yellowstone at the Yellowstone Inn. If you've never been there, you must go. Yellowstone is magnificent and the Inn is unique and hospitable.
If you are interested in my beaded light catchers, leave me a note. They are reasonably priced and one of a kind.
My sister-in-law will be featuring them in her new shop in Park City, Utah.