Holy Mackerel How Old (Seaweed) Present Card
Send a little extra love, with a present card
Present cards with a Handmade glass ornament for loved ones and friends to untie, keep, and treasure. The perfect little gift to let them know you care.
* Please Note , Glass colours and ribbon colours can vary!
* If you want to post your card we recommend using a jiffy bag. Large Stamp.
Dreya Glass is a glass studio in Newquay Cornwall offering fused glass wall art and and objects of desire. We also specialise in stained glass work. Bespoke designs, standard designs and restoration.
Founded by Dreya Bennet, her designs are inspired by the sea and its different moods. Dreya’s fascination for the sea and water, in general, began with the swimming pools and the sea in Africa. Her love of water intensified on return to Cornwall; seeing its beautiful beaches and the crashing Atlantic surf of the Cornish Coastline.
Glasswork came into Dreya’s life by accident while studying at Falmouth art college. She instantly fell in love with the look and the process of working with glass. This led to a specialism in Architectural Stained Glass at Swansea. Since retiring from competitive sport, Dreya Bennet glass art has taken off.
For Dreya Glass orders, Glass Pictures are £15, Glass Coasters £3 and Glass Present Cards £1.50.
Note that this charge is for Dreya Glass products only. If you order includes products from other suppliers on www.naturallycornish.com, you will be subject to their shipping charges as well.
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