What are Peel and Stick Suncatchers?

Peel and Stick Suncatchers stick to any glass surface and are easily removed and reused. They are made from a non-toxic, water-based paint that is initially applied to glass, then peeled off and packaged for later application to a window or other glass surface.

Peel and Stick Suncatchers are 100% locally made. We use a stencil under the glass to give them their uniform shape, then paint each one individually.

How long do they last for?

If properly cared for, Suncatchers last for many years. They can be removed and re-applied a number of times. They are best moved at room temperature.

They are resistant to fading in most locations, but will fade if placed on a south-facing window that gets prolonged and regular sun exposure.

Peel and Stick Suncatchers are water-soluble. They are resistant to moisture but are best applied inside.

If applied to plastic/plexiglass they are permanent.

Where can I buy your suncatchers?

The only place you can buy suncatchers in person is at the Saturday Market on Salt Spring Island, from April through October each year.

We hope to have an online store up and running by July 1st, 2024.

We do not sell wholesale, or at other markets.

Unfortunately, at this time we are not able to do custom designs.