Creations Under Glass – Part 2


First of all… I want to thank all of you who participated in the “Creations Under Glass” segment! What wonderful displays for our eyes to behold! However, there were several friends that I had asked to participate, that for one reason or another, where not able to do so at the time.

Recently, I’ve had the pleasure of seeing some of their finished creations, so I decided to have a “part 2” to the segment. How could I resist with such sumptuous pretties to enjoy!

In case you missed it, here is part one of this segment:
Creations Under Glass – Creative Displays to Fuel The Imagination


Just look at the beautiful creations that Carol has put together for us to enjoy… all the way from Germany!

And… if you love her work here, you’re going to love her blog BoxwoodCottage, where she shares all kinds of ideas about crafting, gardening, and decorating!

Be sure to click on the pictures & leave some “luv” in her Flickr comments!

creations under glass - doll head

lady under glass


egg and nest

Easter display





Hop Hop Jingle Boo will keep your creative thinking at it’s peek! Debra is an amazing folk artist, and I know you will love peeking at her creations as much as I do! And… don’t forget to stop by her blog as well… lots to see there!

bunny under glass



You can visit Andrea at One Hundred Wishes – and find lots of beautiful tidbits to beautify your space! You will also enjoy her blog which she calls Velvet Strawberries – where you can get to know Andrea better!




You’ll love her Etsy shop with all of her pretty little things!



Have a great time visiting Jo’s blog Old Flowers For Me, and her Flickr pictures as well!

I love how Jo uses a piece of an old wedding veil along with the little paper flowers, a bird’s nest, and some other odds & ends to make this beautiful display!



Visit Cammy at Freckled Farm! You’ll find lots to take in & be inspired by!


** My next big segment will be Creative Spaces – Where Creativity Rules, in which we will share the special spaces that allow your creativity to shine! We want to highlight the ways you organize, how you decorate your creative space, beautiful shelves, etc.

Please feel free to send in your pictures, flickr links, and blog address if you would like to participate.

If you would like to be a part – please feel free to contact me!

Writing to you from my little cottage tucked deep in the woods, beyond the stone wall, and just before the bend in the river.


20 thoughts on “Creations Under Glass – Part 2”

  1. I JUST LOVE this whole series!!! I thought I had lost the first one since I found you from someone else (can’t remember who now) BUT I did find you. You are now bookmarked!! Thank you for continuing this series. Such creativity!!

  2. Oh Pearl thank you so much for including me in this beautiful post, I’m so glad that you did a segment 2 because I was so sad to miss the first one! I also love Andrea’s chocolate bowl with the beautiful robin eggs, Eunices cute bird nest, as well as Jo’s and Cammy’s nests and all the whimsical creations of Debra! Carol xox

    • Carol ~

      Something about the onset of Spring just makes us all want to nest… so I thought I’d share some ideas to help us create some beautiful ones 😉


  3. Wow, all those creations unter glass are just stunning & gorgeous! I especially adore the ones of my friend Carol (she guided me over to you!)

    Very well one to all of you!

    Best wishes from Germany, Anita

  4. Hi Pearl! I’m so glad you added “part 2” to the show 🙂 What beauties!!! What fabulous talent!! I love Carol’s little worlds under glass, she is amazing! Debra has a really fun & whimsical!!
    Andrea got my attention with the chocolate eggs, yummy and beautiful!
    Adore Eunice’s style, adorable!!! Love Jo’s nest!! and Cammy’s creation is just too sweet!!! Thank you for sharing these, will be stopping in to say hi to these talented ladies you’ve introduced to us!! ~*~*~* hugs to you! Madai

  5. Beautiful.
    I love the background (toile design) of your blog. Toile’s are my absolute favourite textile design – recently I did a toile range of fabrics for a lady (Im a textile designer) and it was so much fun.
    I really enjoyed reading your blog and hope to come back and read again.
    If you have some time it would be great if you could pop into my blog and if you wish, leave feedback.

    • Wendren ~ Thank you for the kind words about my blog design. The toile background was my first try at creating 😉

      I love your bags… especially the one with the beautiful red roses!



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