Telepathic polymer

  • reply Lyn Tremblay ,

    Love this! Thanks for my morning smile?

    • reply Elisabeth Schaider ,

      Imojis did not go. 🙂 🙂 and hearts.

      • reply Suzanne Andrews ,

        I did… I looked at a photo of Lyn’s necklaces. 🙂

        • reply Jen ,

          Thanks for the laugh today and for all the inspiration that you’ve shared in the past! So much inspiration and beauty! 🙂

          • reply J ,

            I just looked at a bowl I recently made, does that count? The inscription reads, “Be still and know that I am God.” ?

            • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

              Oh, snort.
              Great post (excuse) Cynthia. Hah!

              • reply Joan Clipp ,

                Good one CT, I’ll keep an eye out!

                • reply Pat ,

                  I don’t usually reply, but I had to today…..we are in the midst of moving to Kansas from New Jersey after living in this house for 41 years and I didn’t have a lot to smile about today until the beautiful example of your creativity appeared in front of me. I discovered a smile and even a laugh.
                  While I am here I do want to thank you and all the wonderful artists for sharing. I’ve only recently discovered the wonders of polymer clay:)

                  • reply Jay ,

                    You have a lot to smile about every day you are alive. You don’t have to look very far to find it. GRATITUDE is my mantra. I keep a rock in my pocket that reminds me every time I touch it, to be grateful for what I have. The more I do, the happier I am. Something told me to click on this post and there it is. Have a good day.

                  • reply Cassie ,


                    • reply Sandra ,

                      Great messages.

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