We are excited about our upcoming 20th Anniversary party on Friday, July 13th! (See below for more details)
It has been great fun bringing the art of stained glass to all of you over the last 20 years. Having the business has had and does bring us challenges, but we are dedicated to doing our best! Please share with us your needs, wishes or desires for services in the future.
Speaking of challenges, we have had some parking changes this summer with construction and the removal of the parking lot across from the store. For your convenience, here is a map you can reference with parking options: https://bit.ly/2IULh3W.
As always, if you have large items or a lot of items to bring, let us know. We can assist you in dropping them off before parking.
Thank you all for the support you bring our shop. We enjoy your business and inspirations. --Judy Shumway
Anniversary party on
Friday, July 13th
40% off all pendants, One day only!
FREE Make & Take greeting card from 11am-2pm (stained glass theme)
Walk-In Millefiori Pendant Class for only $25 from 10am-4pm
Ribbon Cutting by Forward Janesville at Noon
We'll be handing out $5 coupons, good towards any August or September class
And FOOD of course! :-)
Why are watermelon seeds different colors?
It’s time for some serious consciousness raising. And Gary W. Elmstrom, professor of horticulture at the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, is just the man to do it!
Different varieties of watermelons have an array of different colored seeds. The color of a mature seed can vary from almost white to black, depending upon variety.
The watermelon variety named “Congo” has white seeds, while “Jubilee” has black seeds.
There are also genes for red-colored seeds in watermelons, such as in a variety called red-seeded citron.
Seed color in watermelons is genetically determined, just as eye color is in humans.
What are Layout Frames?
Here's a sneak peak--to check out all of our upcoming classes, CLICK HERE!
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