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  1. I am just drooling over your pendants! I know you are busy so no need to answer if no time but I am wondering if the ones shown above were done like the one on your blog with paper clay over leather? And did you paint directly on them – the lines are so fine and marvelous surely they must be drawn larger, reproduced and added on and yet they look painted! Your blog has inspired me so very much. I followed a Facebook link from a favorite artist of mine Salley Mavor and I sat up waaaaay too late letting my imagination get sparked by your work! The paper cutting is exquisite and the paintings fascinating. Thanks for inspiring me and igniting my creativity!

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