Saturday, February 02, 2013

Week 4 Capture A Heart



ceramic hearts drying in a food dehydrator 

Week 4 of Focus on Life.  Our challenge this week was to capture a heart in our natural environment and take a picture of it.  There are many hearts in my studio environment made by me.  I love to make tiny heart charms and hand paint them and send them attached to a package.  




Here is a photo I made some time ago of lots of my little hearts shaped into a heart.

Please check out the other participants in  The Focus on Life Challenge here.

Thank you to all who stopped by last week.  


a few of the hearts I made this week.





24 comments:

  1. Oh yes, I have been the recipient of your tiny heart charms that you lovingly tie to your boxes! I hope you know how appreciative we are of these touches of heart art! Your heart charms are lovely - as are the heart head pins which are to the right of my screen! You are surrounded by them Mary! Lucky lady! :)

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  2. Your tiny heart charms are the best! I have a little one of yours hanging in my studio window.

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  3. these are too, too cute and lovely! that's a great photo - the hearts drying out...
    and thanks for dropping by :)

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  4. All of your photo are great. Especially like the one of your ceramic hearts drying in the dehydrator.

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  5. I love the shot of the hearts forming a heart and the colors on them all I would hate to part with any of them! I love the ones that look organic, like they have branches and buds on them, beautiful!

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  6. Your hearts are awesome. I love the colors. I really like the heart of hearts and your last photo is gorgeous.

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  7. What a clever way to dry out your ceramic hearts! I love all of your heart pendants, they have most definitely captured my heart!

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  8. these are so sweet! I LOVE these charms

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  9. What pretty charms! And great photos!

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  10. So nice that you can make your own gorgeous hearts and see them anytime you want. I love the hearts in the heart shape. Hearts magnified!

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  11. Your handmade hearts are beautiful!

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  12. What an awesome way to dry your pieces (never would have thought of that). Love your pieces - gorgeous!

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  13. Stunning display heart of all your beautiful hearts!

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  14. Ohhhhh I love your little hearts, Mary! Just wanted to tell you that even though you already know! :)

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  15. I have your heart charm hanging here beside me by my desk...love it..such a sweet reminder of the blog hop swap we were a part of last year ( or year before?) ...anyway...what a neat photo and just know that your little heart charms are so very appreciated...

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  16. Your creations are wonderful. You obviously have a heart much larger than those charms.

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  17. I love your hearts! Such a gift for those who purchase something from you.

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  18. Ooooh, I bet people love to receive packages from you! You wouldn't even have to open it to see something lovely.

    Your charms are delightful - so bright and cheerful. And I smiled seeing them in the dehydrator. I'd never thought of that!

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  19. Your hearts are beautiful, Mary! I love the clever way you dry the clay!!

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  20. That heart out of hearts is too cute!

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  21. A girl after my own heart...love your sweet hearts.
    Hugs
    Diana

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  22. A girl after my own heart...love your sweet hearts.
    Hugs
    Diana

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  23. Love your hearts! What a great idea.

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