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July 13, 2015

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stampersuzz

Those pearls are elegant! What a lovely and fun way to display the winged cherub!

Maura

How cute is this!

Meihsia Liu

This is such a fun and beautiful creation, Cheiron. Love it! :)

Debstamps

This would be such a fun addition to anyone's desk Cheiron. Great ideas here, and I thank you for the inspiration!

Stephanie

Cool project! Love the colors :)

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Steph
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Andrea Ockey Parr

I admire anyone who can work a Mason jar and you nailed it! I've never thought of using pearls as a jar-filler and I am amazed at how cool they look when colored with alcohol ink! You did a really great job on this!

Sandra

What a fun mason jar! The color palette is gorgeous! Hugs, Sandra

Nicole

Don't you just love these mini masons! I just got some, they are so fun! I love what you've done here! So much fun! Thrilled to be on the team with you!!!!

Emma

What a fun project and wonderful use of the mason jar ~ it's gorgeous Cheiron! :)

Deb ~ Paxton Valley Folk Art

Wonderful! Love how you've combined all of these great Tim Holtz elements with those lovely coloured pearls.

Anna-Karin

Such a fun idea!! Love the pearls and that you gave the doll wings.

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