Posted 29 August 2009 - 01:00 PM
I pulled up the request on the form last year about “Stained Glass Entry Doors” as I have been doing stained glass for years. You can read the thread and see how the discussion developed. Thank you allowing me to be part of the discussion.
Well……….being one to take, according to our daughter, two years to make any decision I decided to buck the odds, take a chance and stuck my foot in the water. My first client was Carol, Jim and her cat Jerry. I really enjoyed working with them. Lucy, our cat, liked the idea also. She loves the cat stroller that Carol, Jim and Jerry sent to her. Lucy begs to go out in it to watch the birds everyday.
Our next client was Don, who put together the wonderful installation guide on his Flicker site. Thank you, Don!
Every person who I have designed a window for in the last year has been a joy to work with. And every window is still traveling safe and sound in one piece, the exception being a few people who just couldn’t resist tightening that last screw in the frame a bit too much. (Bill did the same thing with our window) We are now working with a heavier frame to help combat this problem.
I was going to wait to post the web site until I had made up a few more inexpensive Scamp and Casita windows to be ready made on the site for sale. Bill and I have been working all week putting together a safe, easy and effective mounting system for a stained glass window in the Scamp doorway. We spent all day yesterday traveling around the town looking the proper mounting components. We believe we did it.
Our first window will be mounted next week in Christine’s Scamp in Florence. We are excited about the outcome and hope to make windows available to all Fiberglass RV’s.
Bill and I just want to say thank you to everyone who allowed us to make a window for them this year and to the Casita Club for giving us the opportunity to start our little business.
Bill and Ann
Little House Stained Glass