Beautiful. colourful, handmade fused glass

Beautiful. colourful, handmade fused glass

Vivid Lux Glass

Beautiful, colourful handmade fused glass

Formerly Rainbow Lux Glass

What Do I Do?

Vivid Lux Glass offers one-of-a-kind fused glass art that is perfect for any occasion. I transform plain sheets of glass into beautiful, colourful creations to enhance your surroundings.

With a wide variety of colours, designs, and styles to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect piece for you or your loved one. Many pieces can be personalised which makes them perfect to give as gifts.

My fused glass art is created with love and attention to detail, so you can be sure you or your loved one will treasure it forever.

View my collections of beautiful home accessoriesgifts, Ashes Keepsakes and more.

What is Fused Glass?

Put simply, glass fusing is the technique used to join glass pieces together by melting the glass at a high temperature in a kiln. All glass can be fused but not all glass is compatible! I use a specialist art glass called Oceanside 96. I buy it in sheet form, frit (small bits of glass in different graded sizes), powder and stringers.

Each piece I make is carefully planned and designed with attention to detail. 

You can read more about the process by clicking the button below.

Award Winning!​

On Monday 23rd March 2020 I was selected by Theo Paphitis as a winner of #SBS Small Business Sunday on Twitter. This was mega for me and my small business!
I now join some absolutely awesome small businesses and am so proud and happy to be included.

I finally got to collect my certificate in February 2022 and met Theo in person which you can read more about here.

Secure

Secure SSL Website & Payments. Stripe, PayPal, Apple Pay, Google Pay & Klarna accepted here.

Testimonials

Genuine 5* reviews on product listings & a dedicated page here. Lots of reviews on FacebookGoogleEtsy

Returns

Changed your mind? No worries! Returns are accepted within 30 days of delivery. More info.

Buying online can sometimes seem daunting or risky. Please be assured I’m a real person, making real fused glass! You can view my business on lots of other platforms to check I’m genuine. This website is secured with a trusted certificate and all payments are encrypted – I never see your full payment details.

I accept returns and/or exchanges if you change your mind, just contact me or see here.

Me and Theo Paphitis

Latest blog post…

Theo Paphitis SBS Winners Event 2022

Read on to find out what happened at the event, how you can enter and win and also some exciting #sbs news! What is #SBS? You can read my previous blog for all the details and about how I won #sbs here. A quick explanation: #SBS stands for Small Business Sunday. It is used as a hashtag on Twitter – #SBS It was created by Theo Paphitis in October 2010 on Twitter. Theo is best known for appearing...

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My workshop

In 2019 my workshop in our garden was completed. I was very reticent to move out of the house but I really needed more space. Turns out it was the best thing ever! I now have a bright and light space to work with lots of storage and room for my glass, tools and packaging. I love it so much!

My workshop woth packaging area and kiln

Perfect Gifts

Send gifts directly to your recipient! Add giftwrap, a greetings card or message.

Freebie!

Every website order receives a free mini magnet! Designs and colours will vary. 

Shipping

Customers outside the UK, please visit my Vivid Lux Glass Etsy store.

Free Postage

When you spend over £80.00!  (Not including ashes products, sorry!)

Happy Customers

Received a beautiful rainbow as a gift from someone so I can’t comment on communication but the work I received is beautiful and stunning and it came well packaged and cared for, I instantly liked the page and saw her other stunning pieces and will definitely order myself in the future

C Wood

Etsy Review

I absolutely love my textured rainbow wall panel! I’ve wanted it ever since Kelly designed it in lockdown. I think it symbolises this year perfectly. The rough with the smooth, the ups and the downs. This piece has everything! You made my day when it arrived yesterday because I didn’t think I’d get it for Christmas. I’m very tempted to get another one of these as I couldn’t decide which place to hang it! 🙂

B Yeoman

Facebook Review

I purchased an advent calendar for my mum and I can’t tell you how lovely it was ☺️ My mum shared each day what each piece of glass was (through photos and videos) and it was lovely to share that during lockdown. She can now get to show them every year! I would definitely recommend the really beautiful pieces. Such great ideas and such a great gift 💝

B Sampson

Facebook Review

This necklace looks really great, thank you so much

Gillian

Etsy Review

Award Winning!

On Monday 23rd March 2020 I was selected by Theo Paphitis (of Dragon’s Den and all round fabulous business person) as a winner of Small Business Sunday. This is mega for me and my small business!

I now join some absolutely awesome small businesses and am so proud and happy.

You can read more about SBS and how to enter here.

SBS Official Winner Badge for Vivid Lux Glass
Me and Theo Paphitis

My Blog

Theo Paphitis SBS Winners Event 2022

Theo Paphitis SBS Winners Event 2022

Read on to find out what happened at the event, how you can enter and win and also some exciting #sbs news! What is #SBS? You can read my previous blog for all the details and about how I won #sbs here. A quick explanation: #SBS stands for Small Business Sunday. It is used as a hashtag on Twitter – #SBS It was created by Theo Paphitis in October 2010 on Twitter. Theo is best known for appearing...

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I made a Vase – the process from beginnning to end

I made a Vase – the process from beginnning to end

I’ve wanted to learn new techniques for a while, but I haven’t had the time. While it has been relatively quiet and my children are back at school, I’ve started learning new things and experimenting. It’s been fun and exciting – I feel like my passion for glass is back! There are many ways to create a vase. I started with a pot melt – which is lots of offcuts of glass, melted in a chamber in the...

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