Welcome to Sunflower Stripes! These handmade stained glass pieces are all made in Halifax and all unique. Many feature local landmarks and things found within the beautiful outdoors of Atlantic Canada. Custom pieces are also available and take 1-4 weeks depending on size, complexity, and time of year!

Sunflower Stained glass ornament

$50.00

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These sunflowers are all unique and bring warmth to even the darkest places. They are a welcome bit of sunlight from the ground and always a welcome site.


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These sunflowers are all unique and bring warmth to even the darkest places. They are a welcome bit of sunlight from the ground and always a welcome site. They make a great gift for you or your loved ones to keep things sunny all year long! They are approximately 5×5 and can be hung with a suction cup on the window. If using a suction remember to press air out regularly. They also look great displayed from any small hook on the wall or a shelf.

You can request different colors in order notes. Currently available are: Bright Yellow, Gold, Turquoise, Soft Pink.

Each piece is unique! Due to the nature of the glass used some piece may have slight color variation. Please feel free to request different colors entirely.

After time pieces may lose their shine and oxidize, polish is applied to slow this down. To freshen their shine, simply take a soft cloth and rub it away carefully and reapply either stained glass polish or car wax.

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My name is Sam Hattie and I grew up in Gaetz Brook. I moved into my Fairview home in 2018 with my husband, where we turned our spare room into a crafting studio. My background is in Fashion design and sewing, but I began doing stained glass nearly two years ago.