Michele's first stained glass endeavor utilizes the copper foil technique for construction. The frame is made from old tounge and groove floor board, so the grooves for the window were already there. The boards had to be cut to 45 degree angles and glued together to make the frame. It is 24" wide.

Michele's second stained glass window is also made with the copper foil technique. The frame is made from the frame of an old window. It is 21" wide.

Michele's third stained glass window uses the lead method. The design was taken from an antique stained glass window. The frame is zinc. It is 19" wide.

Michele's fourth stained glass window is copper foil again, for an entirely different look. This is the "praire" style design. It stands 29" tall.