Secrets of the heart

“I am a hopeful romantic who is absurdly optimistic,” says Florida’s Heather Wynn.

Her hand-stamped and aged polymer pendants can be found incorporated into friends’ assemblages and reveal themselves like secret messages. (See them in Lorelei Eurto’s jewelry here and in Heather Power’s here.) Here’s her Etsy shop.


The swirl heart pendant in Monday’s post was mistakenly attributed to Fairy-Cakes. A closer read shows that Fairy-Cakes purchased the bead from UK’s Mel Parrett who sells them on Ebay. Thanks to Terri for pointing out the problem and to Mel for stepping forward.

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  • reply Sandra D. ,

    Secrets of the heart impact my eyes there are beautiful and especially the words that you stamped.

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