A Virtual Penny For Your Thoughts…

I have a scheme budding in my brain, and I would like your opinion. 
 I will try to explain how this scheme works into what I am planning to do on Thursday.  
But first I wonder,
 what you think of stained glass? 
Love it or leave it?
Would it be something you replaced if you bought a new house?
Now I must say I am NOT talking about Bambi living eternally in my stained glass window, 
or even cheesy flowers prints from the 80’s.  What I like is more of the geometric designs, 
without the “riot of colors” name that movie (love it).  
This is the image that got me thinking about stained glass, it is from Young House Love.
I like a few of these images that I found at www.stainedglassandmore.com, not necessarily the colors, 
but you get the picture right?  Good.  I am glad we understand each other!
  
 I love this pattern, but the clear glass won’t work for what I am thinking of.
I love Celtic knots lately.  They make me want to do a jig by a big pot of gold,… 
or maybe it is the big pot of gold that makes me want to do a jig, either way!
I think I might actually be able to make this one, for real.
I admit, I have two nature scenes that I really like,
 the one above and then there is this below:
So, what are your opinions?
Love it, Hate it? 
Like this style but not that?

Tell me what you think!  I can’t wait to hear your thoughts!
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24 Comments

  1. >I am a big fan of stained glass. In fact, my mother-in-law is making a piece for our new home. I agree with you though, I am a fan of more subtle designs and colours.

  2. >I am not a huge fan of stained glass. Although sometimes it looks wonderful. I think I prefer clear stained glass. Or really pale colors. I can't wait to see what you're dreaming up!

    XOOX
    Jen

  3. >I love stained glass. Some of the pieces with a lot of color can be too much for me, but with just splashes of color or muted tones, they can be so pretty as an accent to a room.

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