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BOTTLES OF HOPE…

2014 Bottle of Hope OlgaBottles of Hope are small glass bottles covered with polymer clay given to cancer patients.  They symbolize a wish and a hope for health.  This project was started in 1999 by Rhode Island cancer survivor Diane Gregoire and has spread internationally. I met Diane a few years ago at a couple of polymer clay classes I took in New Hampshire…she is a wonderful woman, very talented and God bless her, cancer free!  I made this bottle for a woman in Shirley who had breast cancer…she is now cancer free. The bottle has the words FAITH and some flowers on the back side.  She can put all her hopes and wishes in this little bottle.

2 Responses

  1. What a wonderful, thoughtful piece.

  2. PAT!! I cannot begin to tell you how much I LOVE this. One with “wishes”written on it would be amazing for a gift especially to a child. What a gorgeous idea and amazing skill you have!!

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