@alice Thank you for sharing it. It means a lot to many people I bet. 🧡

@alice That's honestly pretty clever (though I hope they sanded down the edges) :blobgiggle:

@alice this is really clever and sweet
but those rocks look like teeth and im very distracted by that

@alice I personally prefer Kintsugi - it's the practice of taking broken pottery and repairing them by mending the breakage with lacquer mixed with powdered gold, so you get the object back but the seams of the breakage glitter and stand out, turning the cracks into something beautiful that stands out instead of hiding it.

@polychrome @alice I have saved broken pottery for exactly this purpose

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