This handmade, custom designed stained glass dragonfly has gorgeous iridescent wings and a green body. The design was inspired by the KLEO logo.

 

"Wings of Hope" is a charitable concept. In order for people mired in poverty to have hope for the future, their youth must somehow obtain an education. Jen's House provides the means to education to 18 - 24 youth every year. So when you purchase these 'wings' and we donate the profit to Jen's House, you are giving the gift of 'hope'.

 

We at Tickled Pink and Quichua World Market have been supporting KLEO for many years and the cause of furthering the education of marginalized Karen youth at Jen's House is close to our hearts. We invite you to read more about The Karen Learning and Education Opportunities Support Group and their mission. The proceeds from this purchase will support Jen's House.

Stained Glass Dragonfly - Green

C$35.00Price
  • Meet Emma McLarens of Half Full Glassworks:

    "My name is Emma and I'm the maker behind Half Full Glassworks in Canada’s capital, Ottawa, Ontario! I've always been what my family likes to call a disaster crafter; deconstructing things, turning them into creepy Halloween decorations and leaving a massive mess wherever I go. When quarantine hit last year, I decided I needed a more structured artform and after months of research I decided I was going to learn how to create stained glass.I started my self taught journey in July 2020 and while it has been bloody, it has also been exciting, therapeutic and full of love! I spent the first few months of this journey filling my family and friend's windows with pieces they probably didn't want (love you guys!😛❤). Last month, I took a big step and started selling my work on Instagram - probably the most terrifying thing I have ever done (and I've jumped out of planes before!). Now, I'm taking it one step further and will be selling my work on Facebook as well! I will have some regularly stocked items available for purchase, as well as made-to-order designs and totally custom pieces. I look forward to creating for you!"

    To see more of Emma's creations, visit her Instagram or Facebook.