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Bonnie started playing with fire and glass in 2003. Her original intention was to take private lessons with nationally known local artist, Jen Zitkov of Corning, once a month for a year and stop. It ended up being once a week for a year and she continues to enjoy glass to this day. Her friends started asking to buy her early works and encouraged her to invite people into her studio for "Open Houses" and lessons. She has continued her own study of Flamework with such artists as Trey Cornet, Leah Fairbanks, Caitlin Hyde, Kristina Logan, Loren Stump and Heather Trimlett.  She studied cold working and engraving glass with Pavel Noval, Martin Rosol and Max Erlacher, Master Steuben Glass Engraging Craftsman.  She was a Teaching Assistant at the Penland School of Craft in 2010. Her work can be found in stores across the country as well as in Canada, at and events with the NEW Mobile HOT GLASS Studio that began in 2016.

Bonnie's Original Design Beads have gained in popularity in the fiber market and the wine industry over the past 13+ years. She designed Glass Spool Beads in 2008 and they have been published in "Quilter's Home", March 2009, "Quiltmaker", March/April 2010, "Quilting & Embroidery", Spring 2010 and the American Sewing Guild's Private Newsletter, "Notions", Summer 2010.

As a result of living in the Finger Lakes Wine Region she created a unique bead line called "Wear-a-Memory" jewelry. These one-of-a-kind cherished keepsakes are individually created from wine bottles recycled from special events for clients. She also creates a line of accessories and jewelry from regional recycled wine bottle glass.  In 2015 she began her current project with recycled antique BALL canning jars which creates a nostalgic line of accessories for customers. 

Her one-of-a-kind flamework glass beads are available as loose beads, individual buttons and unique finished jewelry designs. The fun and playful nature of creating unique one-of-a-kind beads is ever evolving and keeps her passionate about flameworking in glass.

Why glass? ... It's just plain fun to do, and it brings her great JOY to watch people light up when they see it, touch it or wear it! Glass beads are a tradition from the past that connect with the present. Joyful Adornments Glass Studio is a feast for the eyes, an experience for the hands with a connection to the heart!

Quality Guarantee ... The flamework beads have been individually created by hand for you by Bonnie and are properly annealed for strength and durability. Sterling Silver ear wires and clasps are incorporated so that your "Adornment" will be a durable quality piece you will be proud to use, wear or give as a gift. 99.9% Pure Silver is used in some of the one-of-a-kind silver pieces. Your 100% Satisfaction is our Joy!

Spool Bead Necklaces by Bonnie Scott of Joyful Adornments

Wine bottle beads by Bonnie Scott of Joyful Adornments


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Joyful Adornments Glass Studio
534 Church Street
Odessa, NY 14869
1-800-517-6440 xxx
607-227-3859 (cell)

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