Sunday, February 6

Happy Valley



A new design, to celebrate nearing the end of dreary old winter!

I've had this idea floating around my head for a few months now.
I really love domestic stained glass of the 1930s - usually circular door panels
featuring cottages, sea scapes, countryside, sun rays, poplar trees - you know the kind of thing.
The sort your Great Auntie might have had.

So I wanted to do my version of the classic sunburst,
but with a more contemporary feel.

I can honestly say this panel was a joy to make.

Available to buy from my Folksy and Etsy shops now.

12 comments:

  1. It makes me smile just to see it. How happy our Great Aunties must have been.

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  2. this is sooooo lovely! look how happy he is! makes me smile. x

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  3. love it !!!! I will purchase one or two soon, they are in my want book! I love seeing your new designs!

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  4. this is gorgeous Flora! I love the 1930's inspired design and the colours too:)

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  5. and a joy to look at....though i think you may be fibbing slightly because i can see there's some intricate cuts on those curves ms fj and that's not easy , well not easy for me anyhow.....i love your style ms. fj .....that sun is alive and her name is ms joy springy (the first)

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  6. Glad to be of service in the cheering department! Thanks for all your comments xx

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  7. When i was teeny young I think there was a TV series called the Sullivans and it had a sun in the door of the opening sequence. I loved it so much I remember it still. Every door should have one! This is very lovely my dear.

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  8. Oh gorgeous! love it! so positive and cheery, it's on my favourites and wish list :)

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