About Me

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Berea, Ky, United States
I grew up with an appreciation for all things vintage. My grandmother and mother were both crafty people and instilled in me the idea of making things that I could be proud of. I live in a remodeled farm house that was my father's home when he was a little boy. When we first moved in, I began to dig flower beds and gardens and found a mass array of broken china and marbles. Because they belonged to my family, I began to collect these found objects. I knew one day that I would make something creative with them. I would make mosaic flower pots and signs to save this part of my family's past. The first time I seen broken china jewelry I was overjoyed. I knew this would be my passion.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Appalachia Artisan Center in Hindman Ky

We have our jewelry in this lovely Historical building in Hindman.  This is a quaint little town that is worth the day trip to check out the arts and the beautiful scenery.

We have a very busy September with Art and Craft shows every weekend.  The first one this last weekend, The Heritage Festival, was a success in Millsprings, Ky. 

Booth Set Up

Beautiful lady in period costume

My daughter...the greatest help

Goats from the goat milk soap booth

Some of the patrons

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Visit my Etsy Shop at www.etsy.com/shop/mysticglassduo and enter coupon code BLOGGER when checking out for free shipping.  Thanks for visiting!
Our booth setup in Somerset Ky at the Appalachian Crafts Fair.  It was over 100 degrees outside, which you would have thought would have brought in the customers, but the day was a little slow.