Soul Reflections, LLC Soul Reflections, LLC By Sally Pray
Hand Crafted Jewelry from Glass


All of my jewelry is a reflection of my soul. Each piece is uniquely hand crafted from glass, no two pieces are alike.

                                       Where to find me and my jewelry:                    

                   Camano Island Marketplace
                   At Terry's Corner   
             Camano Island, WA 98282
                         Year Round
                          (My Happy Happy Place)! 

           ForteMDA Studio Gallery
           1095 Essex St.
           Camano Island, WA 98282
            Year Round
                 Owners: Cynthia & Christopher Tuohy
Made in Washington Store
Alderwood Mall
3000 184th St. SW
Lynnwood, WA 98037

                            Pickle Barn Art Show                  
         Month of April during the Tulip Festival           
    Schuh Farms
         15565 State Route 536 
          Mount Vernon, WA 98273   

Pacific Northwest Marketplace Art Show
Month of April during the 
Tulip Festival
15806 Best Road
Mount Vernon 9827
 At the Vinery North side of 
                       Christianson's Nursery                     

Camano Island Mother's Day Art Festival
Mother's Day Weekend 
May 10th, 11th & 12th 2024
848 N. Sunset Blvd
Camano Is, WA 98282

Camano Island Summer Solstice Art, Beer & Wine Festival
June 28th, 29th & 30th 2024
848 N. Sunset Blvd
Camano Is, WA 98282

Coupeville Arts & Crafts Festival
August 12th & 13th
Coupeville, WA

Camano Holiday Art Show
Camano Center
November 18th 10-5pm
606 Arrowhead Road
Camano Is, Wa 98282

Pending: Starlight Market
December 8th & 9th 2024
10217 Collins Rd
Sedro Woolley, WA 98284

I can be contacted for Private Parties or any inquires at


Meeting with Joe Bonamassa and giving him his glass dichroic "Rock and Roll" necklace. What an incredible concert and night with my honey Ron Pray.


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That was an incredible night with Joe B. He really liked my necklace. I'm glad you made an extra for Joe!
-- The Woodster, 3/22/15