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  • Jenny Frith
    • 2 years ago

    Thank you for the kind words, Sabrina ... and taking the time to take a look at more of my artwork. :) Means a lot. I'm thrilled when people repin my stuff. I really want to help other people with their artwork, especially if they've always felt like they couldn't or shouldn't do art. I'm so glad that they're inspired! (I just hope they link back.) I've met a lot of cool friends on Pinterest too. And if I lost my hands, I think I'd paint with my toes! :) xoxo much love to you!

  • Lee Alderman Ely
    • 2 years ago

    Jenny, I really appreciate your attitude, as I just read another artjournalist who hates repinning. It has helped me SO much to have a reference board for people who do lovely work...they inspire me no end, and I always link back. BTW, really like the use of the letters to form a banner!

  • Lee Alderman Ely
    • 2 years ago

    Jenny, I really appreciate your attitude, as I just read another artjournalist who hates repinning. It has helped me SO much to have a reference board for people who do lovely work...they inspire me no end, and I always link back. BTW, really like the use of the letters to form a banner!

  • Jenny Frith
    • 2 years ago

    thank you, Lee. :)

  • Dawn Graves
    • 2 years ago

    O inspiring!! Thank you!

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