They look like polymer clay rosebuds but on closer examination you’ll see that this is a tin covered with babies, a wish box, wanna-be-grandma’s hope chest that I created at Shrine Mont.

What it seems to be filled with these days is my babyish whining about where the time goes. I’m off schedule today. Enjoy this little treat (here’s where I bought the baby face/fairy molds) while I burp and soothe myself into a better humor.

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  • reply Kim Cavender ,

    So cute, Cynthia! Hope it works magic for you.

    • reply Scott ,

      Time sure does fly!
      Looks like you had fun creating at Shrinemont, your hope chest is wonderful!
      Thank you for sharing!

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