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Style File Chapter 5 on The Altered Page

I am happy to be here amongst other wonderful artists!  thank you Seth for including me in this.


Viktoria said…
looks great! Congrats on this!
AnitaNH said…
Nice to see your faucet flowers over on Seth's blog. Love your statement!
Kim Hambric said…
Congratulations! I'm off to check this out right now.
paula said…
yeah i got a few comments personally that were really fav thing is that people see happy energy in those flowers, they see the fun and humor. you have no idea how much i love that! i dont try to make them 'funny' or happy...but they ARE.
Jo Murray said…
Congrats!... it all helps add to your web 'presence'.
Seth said…
Thanks for spreading the word about Style File!

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