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Christmas picture

Every year Susan Hyde’s Madonna reappears as one of my favorite Christmas decorations. Her colors make my heart sing. Susan’s art came in handy as I tried out a new camera that allows the viewer to change the focus by clicking on any element in the photo.

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This appeals to the geek in me even though I’m not sure how the technology will be helpful to you. Close ups of jewelry? Peeks at work surfaces? Please click around and I’ll keep practicing.

These three recent angel tiles show how Susan’s work has shifted this year. Here’s a snapshot of angels and madonnas at Creative Journey Studios. I hope you’re playing with your new toys today.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all .

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  • reply Ann Dillon ,

    Love you, Cynthia! Hugs thanks for all you do all year. Merry Christmas!

    Love and hugs,

    Ann

    • reply Alice Stroppel ,

      You’ve out-geeked me for sure this time. But how cool is this? Don’t understand how it works, but wow! Merry Christmas Cynthia and a fabulous New Year!

      • reply Cindy Walcott ,

        Wow! That is really cool! And what perfect picture to try it out on. Susan’s work is fabulous. Merry Christmas, and thanks for your gift to the polymer clay community each and every week day. Most days, I start my day with you!

        • reply Moyra ,

          That is a cool feature!

          • reply Trina Williams ,

            I made several pieces from a cane I did in Susan’s Faux Fabric class in the late nineties. Still my favorites.

            • reply Sandra D. ,

              Fantastic colors

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