Colleen's Profile

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When I make a kaleidoscope, I want it to be beautiful inside and out...and I never use the same combinations of glass. Looking through each viewing tube for the first time, I am just as excited about the effects I've created as I was the very first time I made one!

I work in the Tiffany method of stained glass, which allows for intricate details not possible in traditional leaded stained glass. My kaleidoscopes are both fun to use and lovely to look at and make wonderful gifts with lasting attraction...

Last year, I made them as holiday gifts for all 12 of my nieces and nephews, ranging in age from 5 to 25. The little kids were thrilled to receive the same gift as the big kids, and the big kids were as entranced by them as the little kids! And now I'd be delighted to create them for you, too…

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  • Female
  • Born on November 9
  • Joined December 11, 2010

Favorite materials

Uroboros glass, Youghiogheny glass, Kokomo glass, English Muffle glass, Spectrum glass, Wissmach glass, copper foil

About

When I make a kaleidoscope, I want it to be beautiful inside and out...and I never use the same combinations of glass. Looking through each viewing tube for the first time, I am just as excited about the effects I've created as I was the very first time I made one!

I work in the Tiffany method of stained glass, which allows for intricate details not possible in traditional leaded stained glass. My kaleidoscopes are both fun to use and lovely to look at and make wonderful gifts with lasting attraction...

Last year, I made them as holiday gifts for all 12 of my nieces and nephews, ranging in age from 5 to 25. The little kids were thrilled to receive the same gift as the big kids, and the big kids were as entranced by them as the little kids! And now I'd be delighted to create them for you, too...

Check back often, as my inventory will be limited only by the number of hours in the day!

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