Stained Glass

Stained Glass Volume 1 and 2 DVD's

Using glass cut to a design to create decorative items.

Stained Glass using Copper Foil and Lead.  A single DVD covering Copper Foil available now.  A single DVD covering Lead method available now.

Price of a single Stained Glass Lead is £27 plus £1.50 postage and packing. Total price £28.50.

Price is £27 plus £1.50 postage and packing. Total price £28.50.

Price of a single copper foil, Tiffany method DVD is £27.

Save £17 when you buy the combined box set.

Stained Glass box set £37.00 plus £1.50 postage and packing. Total price £38.50.
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Stained Glass

  • Achievable hobby from home with minimal tools and materials to start with.
  • Options of colours used in your stained glass item, to your taste.
  • Develop and draw your own designs from contemporary to traditional forms.
  • Large or small items, decorative gifts or windows / panels.
  •  Make sun catchers, seasonal decorations, hanging items and large items.

Artist profile

  • Well known established artist, who has worked on large projects including church windows.
  • Has been creating Stained Glass items since 1996.
  • Teacher of Stained Glass.

DVD facts

  • Easy step-by-step tutorial with clear chapters.
  • Actions clearly demonstrated in this quality DVD.
  • Box set with two volumes, covering copper and lead.
  • Able to revisit the DVD and chapters at your own convenience.
  • Intuitive with descriptive chapters.
  • Create personalised and unique gifts.

Reasons to buy this DVD box set with 2 instructional DVDs.

      • Develop a relaxing hobby.
      • A hobby is a distraction from every day life.
      • Focus your creative mind.
      • Master a new skill.
      • Learn in the comfort of your own home.
      • Learn at your own pace and when convenient to you without time pressure.
      • No exams or assignments.

Price of the box set with two DVDs £37.00.00 plus £1.50 postage and packing.  Available now.  Total payment required is £38.50.


“Caroline Loveys explains clearly and thoroughly whilst imparting her natural enthusiasm for the subject.  Without assuming previous knowledge, she also shares hints and advice for a newcomer to stained glass.  Great step by step guide”.

Steve Jugg - The Stained Glass Museum, The South Triforium, Ely Cathedral