Judy is paying tribute to one of her favorite places to stop at while she's driving. Her Buc-ee's Window sure looks good and is proof that any logo can be done in stained glass. The good news for Judy is that Buc-ee's will open a $50 million travel center in Ruston,
the chain's first location in Louisiana. The 53,000-square-foot
building will have 120 gas pumps and probably 275 urinals. Construction is set to begin later
this year and the center will open by 2025. Welcome to Buc-ee's!!
MiMi is well into her next project which is a wonderful Heron Window. It's already all cut out and I'd say that a good 80 percent of it has been ground as well so it won't be long until we see what this looks like with some light behind it!
Susan D is working on a new 3D Hummingbird and it looks like it's about ready to get its wings. Everything has not only been cut and ground- it's also been wrapped in foil which means that this will be together before you know it.
Now that his cabin has been ground Kerry has split the 'boards' making the cabin into logs. Why work this way? Because grinding goes much faster using this method. Also, to make things go even easier yet he's wrapped his pieces and will tack them together to prevent the cabin from shifting about as he works on the background landscape pieces.
And Jan's another student who's ready for a border. Her Humming Bird Window got its background cut and ground this week which leaves just a border to go. The colors she's used so far are fairly subtle so I think something bold would frame this out perfectly.
And to wrap his all up we look at Betty's next three projects. She does so well with these Silverware Dragonflies that I know we'll continue to see more of them on Betty's side of the table in the weeks to come.