Posted by: glassblockblogger | April 13, 2011

Easter Gifts using Glass Block Crafts, New York and New Jersey, Boston and Philadelphia

Glass Block Crafts is a great gift for Easter. This gift is excellent for those that want to give a unique item that is useful year-round.

You can adorn the Glass Block in Easter decorations. The use of the Glass Block can continue on as a bank or a vase, to name just a couple of ideas.  You can alternatively put lights in them to brighten up the Easter season and then it will continue as a night-light or table lamp after the Easter season is over.Martha Stewart Easter Glass Block

There is no end to the ideas that can be found. For instance, Martha Stewart suggests a beautiful lighted glass block decorated with all the colors of spring that can be used as an entry way light, a night-light, or a centerpiece.

Eastern Glass Block suggests that the Glass Block can also be Eastern Glass Block specialty craft ideasengraved with unique designs or a personal message to increase the unique value of this memorable gift.

If you would like to talk more about how Glass Black can be used for gifts, contact us. We can assist you in creating a special gift that will be used for years to come.

We have over 20 years of experience as a national distributor of Pittsburgh Corning Glass Block with offices in New Jersey and New York, Boston and Philadelphia. We love to share our knowledge and experience.

Let us know if you have created gifts using Glass Block crafts by leaving a comment to this Post.


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