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April 16, 2014

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Ingrid Anderson

Great post! My A-Ha moments wasn't necessarily a specific technique or happy accident. I have always doubted my ability as a jewelry artist. There is a local boutique that sells my items and when one day she told me that some of her customers collect my jewelry that was my a-ha moment to continue doing what I am doing!

kate mulligan

This is a great and inspirational post. Many happy "accidents" have taught me so much over the years. Of what works....and sometimes, what does not work. For me, it is about playing...and those happy moments when something occurs that is unexpected, unplanned....and result in "A-Ha". Then the ideas flow...

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