Friday, October 30, 2020

Amanda Kloots Shows Off The Special Vase She Made Using Some Of Nick Cordero's Ashes - yuetu.info

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Nick Cordero‘s widow, Amanda Kloots, took to social media to show off the beautiful and very special vase she and their son made together in memory of the actor who tragically died of coronavirus. As for what makes the object so special and unique, it is the fact that it contains some of his ashes!


On Thursday, Amanda Kloots took to her go-to platform to post a pic featuring herself as well as the vase she and 1 year old son, Elvis, made together in the aftermath of Nick’s passing.


As she’s shared before at the time she was making the very special pottery, and as she also mentioned now, the vase contains an amount of her husband’s ashes.





Fans remember that the Broadway star lost his life to the COVID-19 virus back in July.


‘My beautiful vase that Elvis and I made with some of Nicks ashes is done! I cannot believe how it turned out. @emilytyra and @rarebirdgoods is truly amazing for this gorgeous gift. Elvis and I put our handprints into the clay before it was fired and then she glazed the vase and added the heart design. I intend to always keep flowers in this vase, reminding me of Nick every time I look at it,’ she wrote in the caption.














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Elvis and I had a special afternoon today. My girlfriend from years on Broadway has an incredible pottery business in LA and she invited us to make pottery using some of Nicks ashes. I have recently learned how many ways you can repurpose ashes and make new things with them. I think it is beyond beautiful, a way to keep him living! ⠀ She had never incorporated ashes to her work before (and doesn’t intend to do more) but because we are friends she wanted to try, to create a piece that Elvis and I could help with and have forever. I had never made pottery so I was really looking forward to learning the process. ⠀ Once she mixed the ashes with the clay, threw and spun our piece, Elvis and I got our hands wet and put our hands into the clay to make our imprints on the piece. It will be a vase! This was so incredible and really felt special. A way to turn something sad into something joyful. ⠀ She now will let it dry and then puts it in the kiln to bake before we glaze it! The process is not over so there will be more to come. I just wanted to share this because I think it’s so beautiful what you can do with ashes to keep someone you love alive. ⠀ Again, this was a one off experiment for her but her pottery is gorgeous so if you are interested in that check her out! @rarebirdgoods ⠀ Thank you so much Emily! ❤️


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Amanda mentioned the vase for the first time last month when she posted a snap of her and Elvis working at a pottery wheel.


Alongside the photo, she wrote, in part: ‘Elvis and I had a special afternoon today. My girlfriend has an incredible pottery business and she invited us to make pottery using Nick’s ashes. I’ve recently learned about how many ways you can repurpose ashes and make new things with them. I think it’s beyond beautiful, a way to keep him living! … This was so incredible and really felt special. A way to turn something sad into something joyful.’

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