Thursday

Show and Tell - Stained Glass Window

Time for Kelli's Show and Tell. Go to There's No Place Like Home for lots more fun! Today I'm sharing the stained glass window my husband made for me. This window is installed in the window in our guest bathroom. I wanted a stained glass window, so my husband took a class to learn how to do it, and made this for me! He did a beautiful job!

I have been participating in LaTeaDah's Tea Blog-A-Thon, this past week we've shared how we decorate with tea related items on the "Decor-A-Tea." You are invited to tour my home to see the tea related items I've used to decorate. See the posts below.

Thank you for visiting, please leave a comment! And please do return soon!

Katherine

39 comments:

Rebecca said...

I would love to have a stained glass window in my staircase landing. I'm so impressed your husband took a class so he could make one for you. He did an awesome job!! Thanks for sharing it.

Kindra said...

Your husband did a great job! I love the yellow roses!!

Anita said...

Wow, what a very nice stained glass window! Very well done and how nice that your hubby even took a class to learn how to do it! Aren't we blessed with our dear husbands? What would we do without them???

Have a great Friday!

Best wishes, Anita

Linda said...

Your stained glass window is just gorgeous. What a special treasure from your husband...he did a wonderful job. Linda

mrsjojo said...

Your husband did a beautiful job! What a romantic guy to do this for you. It is lovely.

ceekay said...

Katherine...your stain glass is beautiful. I have a window above my front door that I would love to replace with one. Maybe I will talk to my hubby! Thank you for your comment on my tea box. And there is a peach tea saved just for you!

Jennie said...

Wow - that is so professional and what a love your husband is to take a class especially so he could craft this for you. Beautiful rose too.

cherished*vintage said...

What a nice husband to take a class and make that beautiful stained glass for you! I love your tea cart you showed in a previous post - it's so pretty!
-Karoline

Betty said...

Katherine,
In a word.....beautiful. Why am I not surprised that the flower is a yellow rose. That's my daughter, Amy's favorite rose also....thanks for the visit...Betty

Hootin' Anni said...

Beautiful, oh so beautiful. Being from Texas here...the yellow rose would go really well in our living room! LOL

My Show n Tell is bargains I got this week. Do drop by and say hi!!

Happy Friday, Happy weekend.

Linda aka yellowroseli said...

Ok, I need this piece of stained glass at yellow Rose Cottage. hehe!! I just love it. Go to my blog and check out my teapot. Thanks for sharing

Becky said...

That is so pretty Katherine. Is that your front door?

Becky said...

Hey, never mind. I read the bottom paragraph and then commented before I realized there was a paragraph above. See ... I'm so visual that I horn in on the pictures. It is all about the pictures ;)

Simply Heart And Home said...

Katherine,

Your rose stained glass window is so beautiful. Your husband is a keeper! :)

Have a lovely day!

Martie said...

I love your window. It is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Blessings,
~Martie

Alice said...

Oh, Katherine, it is beautiful! Such a talented husband you have. I'm curious whether your husband made only the one window or if he continued with his stained glass work.

Pam said...

How beautiful and special!!

Adrienne said...

What a gorgeous window! Does he hire out? I love yellow roses and that would make a beautiful hanging piece in my dining room window. Near my yellow glass collection. ~Adrienne~

Penless Thoughts said...

Oh that is beautiful, Katherine. How wonderful that your hubby actually took a class and then made it for you himself. If that isn't love?!!!
Susan

Paula said...

What a sweetie you're married to. He took a class to make something for you? It's BEAUTIFUL!!!

Cathy said...

That is a beautiful stained glass window. Your husband is very sweet and talented.

jennifer said...

Katherine, it is gorgeous! And the fact that your husband made it for you makes it so special!

Jennifer

MammyT said...

Wow. I love it. It's something I've always thought I'd love to try. It is very beautiful.
Nancy

Carrie said...

The design of the window is beautiful. The fact that your husband made it for you makes it even more appealing.

Betty said...

Hi Katherine,

Your stained glass window is beautiful. Your husband did a very good job. Thank you for sharing that with us today.

Hugs,
Betty

Brenna said...

Beautiful. What a talented hubby you have!

nannykim said...

What a great job; love it--oh yes, and I notice it is a yellow rose.

Cheryl said...

Wowzers, what talent. This is his first one?? Just imagine how fabulous he would be if you had him make you more lol.... just a thought.

ceekay said...

I already do consider you my friend! I found the cloche at Kirklands. I don't know if you have any by you, but they are great. They actually were on sale for $10.00 when I bought them. Another one of those squealing moments! I thank you for your comment though on the gifts. I really consider it an honor and joy to give to my family and friends gifts from my heart.

Kelli said...

Your husband is very talented, Katherine! It's just beautiful!!

Hugs,
Kelli

jennifer said...

I just love it that you are an Alabama girl too. I grew up in central Alabama an hour and a half north of my hometown. Thanks for sharing that little tid bit. I love hearing from fellow Alabamians!

Jennifer

jennifer said...

OH, that last comment makes it sound like I don't realize that you now reside in Florida... I do!

Jen again

Debbie said...

How sweet that your husband took a class just to make this for you! It is beautiful work and I am sure it means more to you because of this.


I have to agree with the others about the tea cart. It is just lovely.

Thanks for coming by my blog and an extra thanks for the quote you left. It is really fitting for other things that have been going on in my personal life. Thanks again.....

Betty said...

Katherine, thank you for your comments on my Show and Tell. In answer to your question about the mirror on the inside of the chest, yes it is yellow roses.

Thanks for your interest, and have a good weekend.

The Apron Queen said...

How sweet that your husband made it for you.

For your daily dose of vintage goodness & a bit of silliness, stop by Confessions of an Apron Queen, the home of Vintage Thingies Thursdays.

Charlotte said...

Beautiful stained glass. He did do a good job. I did stained glass a few years ago. Some of my earliest blogs were about it and one of the pieces is on my sidebar. I think stained glass is so pretty.

Mary said...

Katherine,

Sorry I am so late getting over. The stained glass is beautiful. Now I'm off to see if I've missed any of your tea posts.

Blessings,
Mary

Kathy said...

The window is gorgeous and what a wonderful gift from your sweet husband! Kathy@ Mimi's Garden

Esther Sunday said...

Katherine - how sweet of your husband! And, what a fantastic job he did! Love, Esther