I've had a few ask about my stained glass. Sadly, several years ago I decided to discontinue the stained glass hobby. I really loved doing it but the hobby was very labor intensive and hard on my hands. I sold all my equipment but keep all my patterns. As you might know, I'm a computer geek and used software to design my glass. I recently joined a Stained Glass pattern group on Facebook and decided to start sharing more and more of my designs. Click on the downloads link often, because I'm going to try to add a few every week.
With the combination of my full time job as an IT director and my wood addition, it has been a busy summer so far. We have been selling like crazy on Facebook to local customer in Lexington Kentucky. We have just started to promote and sell on ETSY. (https://www.etsy.com/shop/DisplayVETS). We have some very cool stuff for sale. Go take a look. I look forward to hearing from you and look for some new videos later in the fall.
Brian and Bonnie.
It has been a busy few months at home and work. We are at the beginning of the end of the 2016 holiday season. Evreryone has been telling us to open an ETSY shop. We have. It isn't called Fool4peppers for a few reason, one being that we had one a few years ago and close it. To avoid the pain of calling ETSY, we decide to name is something different, DisplayVET. We might try to regain that Fool name later in the process. For now, we only have one item listed, which has become a cost seller locally.
The 23" door hangers normally cost $10-$15 to ship anywhere in the United States. If you would like to see other items in the shop, contact us through this page or through the ETSY shop to tell me what you would like.
Click the photo below to take you directdly to our ETSY page.
Thanks to the The Wood Whisper for the plans to build these steps for my basset, Rosie. She is 10 years old and had surgery to remove a large tumor. She is taking chemo treatments for a few months.
This was a cool weekend project. Took one half sheet of 3/4" plywood. Here is the link to the plans.
It has been a while since our last post. Been very busy with work, kids, grand kids and project. I have finally made a much requested CNC/V-Carve video (2 parts) that I'm uploading to YouTube under our Fool4peppers channel. Come watch. Also I'm giving away the file used in the video under the Downloads section on this page. Thanks for supporting our little craft business.
I'm a beginning woodworker playing with simple projects I can complete quickly.