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Posted by paintingfool (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 28, 09 at 13:51

I posted my pics on the conversation side - never understood why we have three different places to post but -I forget that I am in a different section when I start posting. Here is the puffed hearts I am painting. Painted them last night, and it went so quickly this time. The worst part is the sanding. I purchased these from a place call Bear with Us Designs. ( They have hundreds of little cutouts and patterns too. Wait til you see how cute the Christmas tree is - have to finish it first.

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Bebe, those puffed hearts are so cool. How big are they? Did they come with something to attach the gold cord to? Tell us all about them. Looking forward to the trees. Punk

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Are those made out of wood? Very unique shape to them. As always, your roses are so pretty. Luvs

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They are made of wood but they aren't flat, sort of puffed up in the middle. They are about 4.5" long and about 3" wide. I put a small screw in the top and attached the gold cord. I painted them with a soft white - I just don't like having to sand them and since they are routed around the edges, it required a bit of sanding. Glad you liked them. I bought them from when I was in Houston. This is the lazy heart, they had the regular hearts, snowmen, trees, etc., also. Glad you liked them.

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I accidentally removed them from photobucket. Sorry.

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Thanks for re-posting the is so beautiful! The heart and roses are so soft and graceful looking. I wonder what it would look like with a very light crackle. As usual your stroke work is awesome and the colors compliment the size and shape of the heart. Go Girl!


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