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. I use a stencil under the glass to give them their uniform shape, then paint each one individually. At the moment I do all the painting, but at times I do get help from local artists to make the suncatchers I sell.

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.

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 my suncatchers in person is at the Saturday Market on Salt Spring Island, from April through October each year. I do not sell online, but can sometimes mail an order to you if you are unable to make it to the market in person.

I do not sell wholesale, or at other markets.

Unfortunately, at this time I am not able to do custom designs.