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FOR BARBARA….

Here’s my March Makin’s® Bottle of Hope project made for a childhood friend that has lymphoma. I used an empty insulin bottle and covered it with Makin’s Clay®.  I made a mold of a cross from Oyumaru then filled the mold with Makin’s Clay® then covered the cross with 18k gold leaf. Bottles of Hope symbolize a wish and a hope for health. This project was started in 1999 by a Rhode Island cancer survivor and has spread internationally.2016 Bottle of Hope Barbara

2 Responses

  1. How beautiful! Love the lapis color and the cross.

  2. Another great Bottle of Hope – you have such a caring heart Pat!

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