Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Shopping at the 2009 Specialty – Part 10 – Fantasy in Glass (with photos)

For twenty-two years, Madeleine Boucher has individually created stained glass pieces for you, for gifts and for trophies & awards to suit any club function. If there is something you would like, but you don't see it at her website, contact Madeleine and your imagination and hers can create something very special! Be sure to check out her website to see all of her items.

Fantasy in Glass
Madeleine Boucher
2716 Connors Road
Snohomish, WA 98290
Phone: (425) 334-0101
Fax: (425) 335-5668
Web Site:

Wind chimes: Strips of glass with Bernese Mountain Dog hanging from branches - can be used inside and outside
Wine bottle stoppers: with Bernese Mountain Dog head study
Metal chimes: too windy, try these!!! Glass 4 inch circles with Berner head with metal chimes. These will NOT break
Mobiles: 4 hearts with Berner head study carefully balanced to stir in the breeze
Hanging glass Berner head study (8 inches) with chain for hanging - $20
Hanging oval framed window Berner head study (11.5x16 inches) - $40
Berner sun catchers (in various sizes) - $7 to $8

You will be pleased with the prices of Madeleine's lovely Berner items.

Madeleine donated some of her pieces for our upcoming Berner-Garde fundraiser.

Joye Neff and Nicky "BG #38330"
(and Will)
Berner Fundraiser
Mt. Lebanon, Pittsburgh, PA

Here are some of the beautiful fused glass items Fantasy in Glass offers. To the far left is one of the wind chimes.

This is a close-up of a desk pen set featuring a lovely standing Berner and a wonderful opalescent glass tile.

Madeline also decorates hummingbird feeders with Berners. In the rear, you can also see a garden stake.

Glass Berner ornaments will be lovely on any holiday tree. Just don't forget to hang them above tail height!

These are some of the sun-catchers. They are available in so many wonderful colors. To the right in this photo are the wind chimes.

A photo does not capture the beauty of the sun shining through all the colors of glass. The large Berner profile is in the middle. To the top right, you can see the mobiles with the Berner heads on little glass hearts and the wind chimes.

These garden stepping stones were very popular in Portland. There are two style, one with a Berner study and the other with a paw print. They can also be customized to include your dog's name.

Lynn Alvarez
Prospect Heights, Illinois
with Tobie, Monty, Lottie and McGee forever in our hearts

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