Life lessons in polymer

Seana Bettencourt welcomes May with a new attitude on

Ontario’s Seana Bettencourt has come through some health concerns and it looks like her creativity has been pumped into high gear.

These pendants (and more on FB) were made at a spring guild conference. Seana has taken bits of techniques she’s recently learned, mixed them with hard-won life lessons to make her own distinctive and stunning pendants that let her own spirit shine through. Exciting when that happens to us.

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  • reply Lyn ,

    Sean’s does amazing work! Well deserved recognition!

    • reply Christina L Whipple ,

      Oh my goodness…. Seanna’s art is AWESOME. I could get lost in her Flickr pages and FB photos. Thank you for highlighting this talent, Cynthia. And Seanna, you have many, many wishes coming your way for recovery, strength, and simple day-to-day joys of your precious family. Chris in So. Cal.

      • reply Martha ,

        Go Seana Go!!!

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