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Monday, November 14, 2011

Mandie Manzano

Enjoy these visually stunning stained glass style art by Louisiana-based artist Mandie Manzano.

Tiana Of The Princess and the Frog

Beauty And The Beast

Alice In Wonderland

The Little Memaid

Disney's full set

Pocahontas

Tangled

Princess Aurora of Sleeping Beauty

Sally and Jack Skellington, A Nightmare Before Christmas

Tim Burton's Corpse Bride

Potter Pals

13 comments:

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

That's quite artistic. The colors are stunning. I wonder how long it takes to create?

AdamAlexMommy said...

absolutely whimsical, and she has a distinctive style that is really unique and neat. what a talented artist....

Hannah said...

Wow, those are beautiful!

whitey said...

One day......I would like to try stained glass.

Michelle said...

Wow those are stunning thanks for sharing and for following my blog. I am now following you as well. Love the visuals on your blog.

Jenjen @GottaLoveMom said...

I always admire stained glass. The intricacies of every curve are worth the admiration.

Lin said...

Beautiful!! I would love to see the sun shining through those!

Steadfast Ahoy! said...

I love stained glass. A friend of mine does it as a hobby. We put one inside the thermopanes of our bathroom and I have one in our dining room. How goes the battle, Veronica? Visit us tomorrow and have a glass of red wine (5:00 AM Eastern Standard Time) :)
Rosemary

Charlotte | Life's a Charm! said...

these stained glass are stunning. i wish i make stained glass as a hobby. my favorite is pocahontas!

a mommy's lifestyle said...

Wow! I love the Beauty and the Beast one. My favorite Disney movie of all time! :)

Mommyof2girlz/StephD said...

Amazing, I so want some for my home especially the Alice one! I adore stained glass and could look at it all day.

Steph said...

I love them all!!! they are all so beautiful -- simply amazing!!!! (our favorite... harry and pals! the children pointed out harry's hair should have been darker)

~ Noelle said...

that is so neat... i wonder if she gets to work with disney and make them for one of their parks...

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