Where GlassyBaby’s Are Born

By Thursday, November 13, 2014 No tags 0

Out on an­other tour of an amaz­ing lo­cal startup, Glassy­Baby in the Madrona neigh­bor­hood in Seat­tle, WA. If you haven’t heard of them, you should look them up. They are a high end, beau­ti­ful, glass tea light can­dles. Orig­i­nally cre­ated as small gifts for friends, Glassy­Baby has quickly grown to a large studio.

We met with Elis­a­beth Sev­er­son, to get a tour of the Glassy­Baby fac­tory and learn the his­tory be­hind Glass­Baby. It is in­spir­ing to see a com­pany be as suc­cess­ful as Glass­Baby, that is mo­ti­vated by giv­ing and sup­port­ing others.

10% from the sale of every glassy­baby goes di­rectly to or­ga­ni­za­tions that sup­port peo­ple in all kinds of need.

The process of mak­ing one Glassy­Baby is a well chore­o­graphed event where a team of ded­i­cated glass blow­ers work to­gether. They seem­ingly ef­fort­lessly pass a Glassy­Baby in progress from one team mem­ber to an­other. Tak­ing a lump of glass and trans­form­ing it into the pop­u­lar Glassy­Baby shape. Each one lov­ingly col­ored, blown, shaped, and finished.

Makes me want to take a glass blow­ing class!

Learn more and pur­chase your own GlassyBaby.

 

Visit GlassBaby.com

 

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