We have to thank you and the other guys for your tuition and videos, making it much simpler to hopefully get the ‘recipe’ right straight away. It’s great fun making these, collecting the seaweed, drying it, stamping on it to pulverise it, bashing away at the crystals with a lump hammer to turn them to dust while apologizing, mixing everything together, like a child playing with sand.
Getting a bit emotional here, yes the grumpy gifter has a soft spot
seeing so much good work of you lot there over in Ireland and in Scotland too
actually more than that, more folk in more countries seem to be willing to go into new techniques
valid techniques bringing good results..what to say Jenn and mob, outstanding is what it is.
Never seen anything even close, and no, it is Josh we should pay tribute to as he is the only one
working on such topics as the polarizer to at least leave us outstanding tools to kick arse, and what tools of light those are
fabulous and strong , pure and simple, truth, so hard to come by these days.
unconditional truth…So..there you go, very original work Jenn, very eh..feminine in outcome..heheh..I love them.
Functional pieces and you did great using the pure recipe, not much bling bling in there.
Just good tools of light…..I must repeat again, worth their weight in gold….Like Selenite is has to “creep up on you” , before the mind can understand how beneficial it all is.
Even better, you make them using natural materials, from the sea…big wow, you take that extra mile , love that
Tested these thing over and over….they work so well…absolutely unbeatable…one of the biggest eyeopeners ever, after plasterite
nice of you to share all this…appreciated…so other may become interested and do their homework for once
I think they are gorgeous…and I am happy you made it over that “bridge” most folk cannot get over in their lifetime.
Never thought we would see this , nobody touched those topics, except for a few, but no newbies
and look what happens now, wow wow wow
nice to see there are still people around who can understand and who do care
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thanks for sharing