Or as Laurel Steven jokes about her polymer hearts wall piece, VerClumped. Overcome with emotion, that is, verklempt by all the birthday wishes and hoping that the site is up in time for me to post this. Seems the server was overwhelmed too! (Yea! we’re back.)

Camille Young throws her heart into the ring and in keeping with our bad pun birthday theme, we’ll call that Young at Heart (she calls it Majora’s Mask).ย With so many terrific hearts online this season, you can expect to see them sprinkled liberally in posts for the next two weeks.

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  • reply Susan Owenby ,

    Majora’s mask is a bit of fan art from the Legend of Zelda series. I hearted (HA!) it the instant I saw it. Spot on and one of my favorite games. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

      Susan – Thanks for pointing out the gaming reference. I had to go to Wikipedia to catch up (sigh). Lovely any way you look at it.

      Cynthia

    • reply Lynda Moseley ,

      What beautiful examples for the heart-y season! I love the vibrant color palettes in Camille’s pieces.

      I am also ecstatic to see my friend Laurel Steven featured on PCD today! She is an extraordinarily talented artist whose innovative work inspires and encourages me to do better in my own creative endeavors every time I take a stroll through her Etsy shop. Her tutorials are also fantastic, infused with her charm and wit throughout. You will feel like she is sitting right beside you as you work.

      I missed your birthday, Cynthia? I’m so sorry! Belated happy birthday wishes to you, dear!

      • reply Angela LeBlanc ,

        Majora’s Mask is unique and very colorful, although not a piece I would wear it would be one that I would display.

        • reply Ariane ,

          A absolutely love Majora’s Mask since it’s one of my favourite games and the artwork of all the Zelda games is outstanding. She did a great job in catching the colours!

          • reply sandra ,

            Cynthia the hearts are amazing creation Thanks for shows us.

            • reply Susan O'Neill ,

              These are both wonderful! I am most familiar with Laurel, and love her quirky, sometimes “fun-sick” sense of style ๐Ÿ™‚

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