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Yesterday's Excitement

I still can't get over the fact that Anna Paquin shared my artwork on her Twitter page...what an incredibly rare, unexpected, and crazy wonderful way to start the day! 
Seriously, I don't think the excitement of this will ever wear off! OMG! ♡

Comments

Batzy RockShop said…
OMG!!! congrats :3
Bella Harris said…
Thank you!!!!
Julie said…
WOW that's awesome!!! Congrats! It's so nice that she took the time to do that!
Bella Harris said…
It was a huge and wonderful surprise that I'll never forget!
Alex said…
She'll be the first of many big names to realize your talent and support you, baby!
lorenabr said…
Lovely!
http://balearaitzart.blogspot.com.au/
Bella Harris said…
Alex:
Awwww baby, thank you. I can only hope!

lorenabr:
xoxo!
Congrats, that's so amazing!

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