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    Teodora's b.u.n.t, John Donges, and 214 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Dona Minúcia 52 months ago | reply

      Hi,
      This image - and all others on this subject, "collections, lots of (whatever), miscellaneous, patterns, textures, persevering and/or very detailed studies images etc." - would be lovely on our very new group, called ALL COLLECTIONS

      If you accept the invitation, it is not necessary to ask to join the group. Just click on link above (in blue); then appears a window on you not to have to ask anything - just say "hi" and send back :-)

      It would be adorable have your artwoks on that subjects there.

    2. i n i m i n i 45 months ago | reply

      these are wonderful!

    3. Lynn_EL/UnaOdd 45 months ago | reply

      Thank you everyone!

    4. SueDeesign 32 months ago | reply

      Simply wonderful!

    5. lesliesanders 29 months ago | reply

      so beautiful! simply sublime.

    6. PerennialGirl 26 months ago | reply

      Lovely collection!!

    7. DebbieG SCPCG 25 months ago | reply

      Wow, love these! Thank you to PCD for sending me this way. Love your choice of colors, and the 'broken rock' feeling of the background. Love the idea of a bunch of them as a mosaic, or a background to a niche somewhere. So evocative of fossils.....

    8. anndavisstudio 25 months ago | reply

      Wow! can't believe this is Poly!! Looks like glass!!!

    9. Paulie Chestnuts 22 months ago | reply

      Luv it, luv it, luv it

    10. Julie1292 6 months ago | reply

      How to I make the stones? Please respond at julsway13@gmail.com
      The you . They are beautiful. Can't wait to hear all about it. Thanks, Julie Rogers

    11. cherrisnowsweet 4 months ago | reply

      YES HOW DID YOU DO THESE? amazinG LYNN!

    12. Lynn_EL/UnaOdd 4 months ago | reply

      Thank you! Here's my tutorial for making them from molds you can make. You can also skip the mold-making process and just press leaves into the clay. Thanks for stopping by!

    13. RoeRader 2 months ago | reply

      Lynn_EL/UnaOdd
      I would love to see the tutorial for making these peanuts full stones, would you care to share it, please?

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