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Thanks!

Thanks to everyone who has commented so far on my "crisis of confidence!" I won't be doing the sale, I already pretty much told them. I was invited to sell at the Holiday Sale so I think my strategy is to go on Saturday, see what's what, and decide then if I can hold my head up and sell with some really great lampwork artists!

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SummersStudio said…
You know, Sue, that seems like a good strategy. That crisis of confidence is something we all go through from time to time. Actually, I'm having one myself with the art market this weekend. Your work is fantastic so I hope having a look around will boost your confidence some. Good luck and remember to have some fun too! Cheers, LeAnn

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