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  1. Christie Fouts

    You are so very generous to share this splendid valentine with all of us. I love that your spirit is as beautiful as your talent <3

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  3. Thank you Ann, this is a beautiful gift to offer!

    I’d really like to modify the wording a little on the card reverse, which I hope is okay, as it would be great to give my husband. Our wedding anniversary is on 15th February and I think this looks so lovely and charming to make. I’m happy to share a picture of it’s completed.

    Thank you for posting this!

  4. What a nice surprise and thanks so much for sharing! I will look forward to making these this week!

  5. …And I echo the sentiments from above regarding what a sweet thing for you to offer – that is so kind!

    …These are beautiful and thank you!

    …Blessings… :o)

  6. Beautiful…
    I will put it in my file for doing in schools.
    Do you have any fantastic craft ideas for toilet paper rolls?

    I have a huge collection of them in my basement, waiting for just the right project.

    Your work is exquisite and I really appreciate how you share your treasures with the world.

    Thank you!

  7. Hello I’m french and I’m 42 years. I don’t speak vey well english but I’m very suprise every time when I discover your créations. I love owls and I’m fan to Harry Potter. Your univer is fantastic and I see lot of beautifull things.
    Spiders are very sympatical.
    My daughter likes your horses and with card and gift I try to make same.
    Thank you and I hope to see you on my little blog
    Isabelle

  8. Joyce Bank

    A friend sent me a link to your blog and I’ve spent a couple hours today looking at all of it.

    I loved your video from your 100 horses project. Loved that you had favorite horses, and named them and you have a very cute voice.
    Adore your ballerinas. A corp de ballet of them would be wonderful. (Love how they stand en pointe) would like to see the ballerinas with pirates in a photo.

    Thank you, in advance for patterns and directions, I love to craft and may want to do a few horses and a boat. Very generous of you to share.

    Your workspace looks so interesting… especially to someone who lives in the middle of modern/boring suburbia. The beach photo with all the trash is disturbing despite the great finds you make there. Incredibly sad and shocking.

    I enjoy the work in progress pix… would like to know how long some of your projects take you when you’re first working them up- bet it’s way more time than most people could even imagine.

    Would like to know what you think about when you’re creating…
    a link for you to check out, an awesome storyteller… listen to the bird in the cage story
    http://gtimpanelli.com/radio.html
    maybe you need a story in your day?

    Now that I’ve found your blog, I’ll eagerly follow your evolution as an artist. Hope there are many bright things in your future.

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