Tuck in a love note

Berlin’s Conni Filip tucked gift Euros into thin slots in polymer hearts designed especially for a friend’s wedding. She suggests that the hearts could later be filled with the couple’s personal love notes.

Conni’s site is full of sculpted, painted, wild ideas from an unleashed creative spirit. It’s a perfect place to start your week.

With this year’s bumper crop of polymer hearts, I couldn’t possibly bring you all the great ones you created. Here’s one last look at just a few more.

Your recent emails about why you work with polymer have been touching and heartwarming. Please keep tucking your stories in the PCD comments.

Amy Wallace Valeriani Solaris Iris Mishly
Cindy Gimbrone Kristen Winter Georgeanne Galante
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  • reply Anita Brandon ,

    Conni’s slot-heart wedding favors are so clever; a beautiful heart with a surprise twist. That seems to be the trademark of this talented artist……the unexpected and unusual from one who sees things from outside the box with a great eye.

    • reply Iris Mishly ,

      Thank you so much Cynthia 🙂
      Wishing you all a wonderful LOVEly day!

      Iris.

      • reply Jacque ,

        These heart shapes are dynamic and pull my eye to them. Love it.

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