Monday, December 25, 2006

to Chelsea F. from Jordan M.

8 comments:

Jill said...

Did Jordan actually make this? How is that possible?

Jenny said...

Those stars are AMAZING. I was a lucky recipient of one as well. How cool are they??!!

michelle said...

Seriously. How in the world do you do that Jordan? Way cool.

Kristi Brooke said...

Jordan please give the scoop on the process, it amazes me when people can make items where the supplies are harder to come by.
what a treasure

Shawna B. said...

I can tell you that the artisan, Jordan Mangum DID make this by hand. She's incredible! I'll let her give you all the details, but she and her husband taught me how to do this once, and it is quite a meticulous process working with the glass and definitely a creation to be treasured.

Jordan, this green star is stunning! Is that a little face in the center stone? I am in love with this star!!! And I don't mid shouting it to the world! :)

rebecca said...

What a lucky girl to get a star from Jordan. These are indeed true works of art - so unique and so beautifully created. I LOVE these stars!

Anonymous said...

Jordan, I LOVE the star!! Thank you so much. It is amazing and my mouth dropped open when I saw it. It looks like you spent so much time on it and it is beautiful--it is so cool. I was so moved when I opened it. I actually opened it before Christmas because I was so excited when it arrived. I hung it in my front window and several of my friends commented on it. I love it and I will treasure it. What a thoughtful gift. My grandfather just passed away and we packed up our car and drove to California to be here for the funeral. Because we drove we only had room for our luggage and a few of the kids' gifts. Yours was the only gift I got to open that was under my tree. Anyway, thank you--I love it, it was an awesome gift.

Anonymous said...

This is a talent that I would never attempt for fear of long term disability. What a fun star!