Rosie's Roses Fused Glass Creations.

The art of Fused glass is an adventure, every time I open the kiln I never know what I will find - shapes and colors change, different temperatures give different finishes, Dichroic glass catches the light like the sun on water! What started as a hobby has developed into a passion and is "passion fundraising" at its best! 

After taking class in Fused Glass in The Currier Gallery for 3 years, I purchased a kiln and now have a small home-based fused glass business and ALL profits benefit the CFF - passion fundraising. My glass creations change and develop every time I put on the kiln but my inspirations are mainly from nature and I LOVE bright colors and change with the seasons! What a privilege to be able to do something I love and help find a cure for cf at the same time. I make small plates (ideal as spoon rest or teabag dish), pictures, sun-catchers, holiday ornaments and jewelry. I also recycle wine bottles and slump them to make beautiful cheese- boards! My glass business is called after our Great Strides walk team - Rosie's Roses!

Please feel free to browse this page and contact me if you have any questions. 

Each piece is unique, 


Price List

Single Pendant - $15 ($5 will benefit Alzheimer's Association)
Pendant with Chord - $18
Pendants with sterling silver plated bail and beaded choker - $30
Glass earrings - $12
Medium plate approx 4 1/2 "square- $20
Large plate approx 6  1/2 "square- $28
Sun-catchers and Holiday Ornaments -$15
Little biddy glass picture tiles - $20 and up
Artwork - individual prices
Slumped wine bottle cheese board and knife - $25

sizes are approximate, shipping is usually between $2 and $10, depending on size of order.

All pieces are unique so designs will differ each week! 

If you see a design and would like a different color, contact me and I will see if I can make it - depends on glass available

Glass Creations can be purchased at:

PJ MacWilliams Bon Bon, Route 101, Amherst, NH.

Keighery's Auction Rooms, William St, Waterford, Ireland

For more details please email me at

Check out Rosie's Roses Facebook page and

Rosiesroses98 on Instagram!



Above is one of my hand-beaded sun-catchers in the evening sun!

To the left are some new designs before firing! 

Below are samples of designs, they change continuously!

New Designs!

Unique glass pendants, fused with copper design inclusion. 

Finished with a silver plated bail.


 65 Roses, Cure CF Pendant- 

tack fused purple glass ribbon and millefiore roses on vanilla and lilac glass, $12 each 



Glass creations before firing!



Add some sparkle to your window and help find a cure too - 

all unique designs and hand beaded, only $15 each!

Above is a hand shaped Wine Bottle Sun Catcher and below a whimsical Fish Sun Catcher - all hand-beaded with vibrant crystal beads!

Upcycling for a Cure = Slumped wine bottles make great cheese boards 

- only $25 with butter knife!


 Teabag holders/spoon rests/soap dishes....whatever dishes!

These useful plates ( approx 4 1/2" by 4 1/2")  are so handy as spoon rests, tea bag holders in the kitchen, soap dishes in the bathroom, earring or coin holders on a dresser........countless ways of using. They are food safe so can be used to serve small nibbles of food - each one is unique!


 Care of your glass!

  • Always remember that your plate, votive holder, pendant is glass and needs to be handled with some care but is Fused glass so won't break very easily! 
  • Wash in warm soapy water, do not put in the dishwasher as the prolonged heat might effect the finish. 
  • Keep jewelry wrapped in a safe place where it is unlikely to be in contact with other pieces. 
  • I use high strength craft glue for gluing the bails to the pendants. However, glass is a very smooth surface and for some reason, I am not sure why, it might be humidity or temperature, sometimes the bails detach. Simply stick back on with a strong super-glue or Epoxy type adhesive. Please do not hesitate to let me know if you have any problem with this and I can repair!

Unfortunately if the glass breaks it is impossible to repair it to its former glory - though I can always try and re-fuse it and see what we end up with!!