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Pippa Chandler ,
What a beautiful selection of hearts – and all so different in design and technique.
Melanie West ,
I’m not usually one for hearts and valentines, Cynthia, but your broad collection this morning has me smiling in delight. Lately, I have been thinking about how you can teach a group of people a technique, and you will see a number of different ways that technique is used. Here you have one subject and four incredibly different interpretations. Brava to all of you!
Laurel Steven ,
Thank you for featuring my “wood” heart, Cynthia!
Lynda Moseley ,
Beautiful hearts! Congratulations to all the featured artists, but especially to my friend Laurel Steven. Laurel’s work should be required viewing every day in my book. I wish I had 1/10 of her creative genius!
Wendy Malinow ,
Thank you for including my spiked and bleeding heart, Cynthia, in such a fun group. Like Melanie mentioned, love seeing the variety of technique, idea, and style.
Deb Tuchsen ,
I love all the wonderful hearts. Gratz Ladies!
Anke Humpert ,
Great hearts! May I sent you some links to some of Tina Holdens hearts? Since you are looking for hearts rightnow, I thought you might like to know:
Wow they look so cute! “Spring-loaded” is my favorite.
Stacy Gates ,
Cynthia- Thanks so much for including my heart made from zippers. Using polymer clay as a base has allowed me to come up with some fun shapes and offers added security for the pin finding. I love the many different things people are doing.