We stand corrected…

My dear daughter filled in for me a couple of weeks back. My clever girl googled polymer+clay+halloween and came up with the P’orn site showing Desiree McCrory’s pin-on horns. What my daughter wouldn’t have known (nor would I) is that these cuties were the brain child of Linda Geer who has sold and traded them for years.

I love the page Linda sent showing various wearers. Thanks for the heads-up, Linda. Our apologies.

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  • reply Sarajane ,

    Hi there Cynthia-
    the link you say is to Linda’s p’orns is actually to an artist named Peter who does paper…

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