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December 22, 2009

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Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor

That is an awesome idea! I have seen the head pins with glass or enamel before and have even made a few myself with polymer clay. Will have to try the UTEE ones. They would be really quick!

Natalie

This is very very beautiful?
I had a e-mail today from a sister in California,Cindy Shea,and i have your site from her. I am a sister from Belgium and i had a juwelery by myself,but because of my illness i can't do it anymore but i want to give you some ideas if you want.There is a special necklase that i made,i want to show you,may i have your e-mail and you may look at my blog too http://nataliecreatief.blogspot.com/
I want to start with utee too,i buyed an melting pot but i have to get me the colors of utee ect.
Loving warm hugs from your sister in Belgium
Natalie
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