Petri Dish of Love

by Jen Hill



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Jen Hill: This was a lot of fun to make! It's a plastic petri dish that I drilled in order to attach the ribbons.

Vintage Image Craft Images, Karen Foster Paper, Tinsel trim, glass bead trim, ribbon roses, flat back pearls, Mulberry roses, ribbon, Acrylic gem, Tim Holtz Distress Inks, Hot Glue, Dremel tool, blender pen, Perfect Pearls Watercolors.

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by: Chrisitne

is so pretty.

Such a great idea !
by: Barb Doemel

You have inspired me to create some petri dish valentines for my grandchildren, using my scrapbooking materials, and assorted stickers. They will make my grandkids smile. Thank-you.

Petri Dish of Love
by: Lyneen

WOW... love all the elegant trims... this is beautiful!!!

by: Lizz

Petri dish of love makes my bunsen burner ignite!!

by: G. D. Henderson

A cool use of something modern to make something vintage. Very creative.

by: Suzie Crafter

Absolutely gorgeous piece of art work! I just love it!

Petri Dish
by: Susan/Cheffie

I love it! I wish I could see it in person!

by: lynn

just stunning and what a stellar way to use a dish

Eye Candy to Take Home!
by: A. B. Morrill III

A lovely piece of work. Artistic, exquisitely fashioned...and beautifully presented. So very well done!

by: The Dude

What a fantastic idea! A good imagination and a handful of supplies can go far! Very nice!

by: Prudence

This is gorgeous!! You have talent, chica! :D

by: Bev

Jen Hill your talent amazes me. Another work of art created by you. Gorgeous and what an awesome use for aa petri dish.

Love & Memories
by: Carol Mulichak

How delicate looking and beautiful. I think of LOVE when I look at it. It looks like something that one would find in an attic that is full of wonderful memories.

by: Kristen Trumbull

I love the colors! It is just beautiful!

Beautiful! <3
by: Beth Mullett

I love the way the colors work together in this piece. The color of the roses around the piece blend so nicely with the colors in the picture, and I love the picture used...musical and sweet. I love it!

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by: Dan Morrill

True talent.

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