Good morning all you beautiful people! I hope everyone has an amazing day today, take the time to do something new that you've always wanted to try, who knows you might love it. I can say I just started taking some glassblowing lessons and I could not be happier. Enjoy this beautiful Paralax stirup by @jeffheathbar with chartreuse over steelwool linework. comes with everything you see here, 2 downstems, a joint plug, directional cap and snap slide. Also comes in it's personal pelican case shipped free right to your door so hit the DM this is going for a deal under 1k!!!
I saw this tube and I knew I wanted to bring it into the shop. It appears that any tube that @bushaglass makes just shreds 💦 and @twistedmindglass put together some implosions that are so pleasing to the eye 🔥 plus, who doesn’t appreciate some #terps accents 😎😍
🎈💜 Rope Bliss #2 💜🎈 This tie was inspired by @zor.neurobashing beautiful work with @alicemisswunderland 🐉💜 made from @moltenaura #royaljelly ✨🍇👑 stay posted for lots more pics and video of this beauty! 🌞⚛️✨
Fire relic made up of Ghost OJ & Red Crayon over Banana, send up to the Azteca "New Fire Ceremony". This guy is sold. 🔥🔥🌋⛅🌏⛅🌋🔥🔥 Fire, like many other ancient cultures, was of great importance to the Aztec people. One example is the New Fire Ceremony, also known as the Binding of the Years, which was a ritual held every 52 years on the completion of a full cycle of the Aztec solar year (xiuhmopilli). The purpose of it was none other than to renew the suns energy & ensure another 52-year cycle. The New Fire Ceremony, or Toxhiuhmolpilia, as the Aztecs themselves called it, was by far the most important event in their calendar because, quite simply, if the ceremony failed, then the Aztec civilization would end. 🔥🔥🌋⛅🌏⛅🌋🔥🔥 #BrewtzGlass#Aztec#AncientHistory#MesoAmerica#Roots#Fire#Ceremony#GloryDays