Glass beads and wood-heated glass bead furnaces at Kunilepa

“Glass beads and wood-heated glass bead furnaces at Kunilepa” is an activity designed by Kairi. Kairi, who herself is a glass artist, tells us a lot of interesting facts about the history of glass ornaments and about the exciting activities connected with art that are done at her home, a farmstead called Kunilepa.

Glass beads

After enjoying Kairi’s detailed presentation, you are welcome to solve the crossword given at the end of it. The crossword can also be found separately here: Glass beads crossword.
When you have finished doing the task, please let us know how you liked this activity by filling out this form.


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About Elina

A city girl turned into a country woman; an Estonian patriot and a cosmopolitan; a dreamer, philosopher, and visionary who takes action to see her dreams come true. An INFJ. Having been an educator and translator for many years, I am now tapping more actively into my true essence - that of a writer. I like to experience life; analyse people, relationships, and events that have happened; and grow and evolve. Above all, I love my two children (one of whom is a university graduate and the other in high school) and my home on an old farmstead called Allika (the Estonian word for 'spring' (as in: "spring of water") and 'source' (as in "source of life force")).

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