Suncatcher

This project has 3 layers, for the front and back layers, I used 1/8 in birch which I painted. The center peice you can cut from birch, it is to cradle the acrylic to keep them from moving. I used 1/8 in acrylic for my stained glass pieces, when I assembled the pieces, I ran a ring of glue around the outer edges because I was having a time keeping the glue off the glass. If anyone has any better ideas, feel free to add input. Thank you
woven circle

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please post pictures so I can see your suncatchers.

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Thank you so much!

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Really lovely! Thanks for the generous share!

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Wow, thanks for the share. This is truly beautiful!

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Beautiful! Thanks for the share.

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I love suncatchers! Thank you so much for sharing!

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This sun Catcher is made with 1/4" Cherry Wood & I repurposed 2 dvd’s

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Oh, wow - that’s fantastic, thank you for sharing the file!

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An amazing share! Thank you so much!

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I LOVE it! That fret knot is the main motif in my coat of arms, so I’m definitely going to have to make that!

These aren’t really suncatchers, but they’re there closest I have to the style :slight_smile:


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What a beautiful contrast against the snowy background!

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Thank you so much!!

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Thank you! This design is so nice.

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love all the suncatchers

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Thanks for sharing @donnam873. It´s a beautiful design.

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Some lovely suncatchers here!

This is the first stained glass project I ever made (in a class):

When I got a little better I made this one:

These are hanging on the wall in in my craft room, not in a window, though.

Haven’t done much since then!

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@cynd11 I love hummingbirds … so, I like the first. I must say I find the frog exquisite. (Something no one plans to ever think about a frog, I’m sure).

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