Washing your new glasses
I recommend hand washing so you will always have them.
I've had some of mine for over 5 years and they still look the same as when I first painted them.
Opening and closing your new hand crafted wooden box
If I'm not the master of painting glass, I'm definitely of shipping it! I package the glasses extremely well, no need to worry about them not arriving safely. In the very rare occasion one doesn't make the journey, I will ship another one right away.
Who makes those awesome wooden boxes?
The wooden gift boxes are made for my glassware by local Oakmont woodworker David Cannon.
They are a wonderful addition to your glassware gifts.
Who makes the wooden glass holders?
The 2 and 4 wooden glass holders are made by local family company, Wood-N-You Like It. I love these holders! The 2 ones are made from wine barrels. They are a lovely way to display your new Amanda Lee Glassware
Visit their website to see all the other amazing things they make www.woodnyoulikeit.com
What's with the ladybug?
I put a lucky ladybug on every package I ship. My Nana was an artist and my biggest supporter. When I was a little girl, my sister and I would spend hours looking for ladybugs with her. She passed several years ago before I started painting glassware. My sister and I were cleaning the studio, getting ready for the grand opening 3 years ago when we both found a ladybug at the same time. The ladybugs keep her close.