Flower Mandalas

Flower Mandalas


Thank You!

Thank You!

The Flower Mandala Project has already met its Kickstarter project goal with still almost two weeks of fundraising remaining!

To those of you who have backed the Project, Thank You! I’m honored to have such supportive friends, family, and fans. Once the fundraiser ends, I’ll be sending out the Backer Rewards that are already created and, of course, diligently continuing to work on the Book.

Note that there are still 13 days to go in this fundraiser, so…

Please continue to spread the word by sharing on Facebook, twitter, email, other electronic forums, and In Real Life.

And, if you have not yet backed the Project, please consider doing so before the September 14 deadline. Any funds contributed beyond the funds raised so far will go toward creating and sharing the Exhibition and Electronic versions of the Flower Mandalas Project, and eventually to kickstarting (lowercase “k”) the foundation I hope to create for promoting art & healing projects by other artists.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/phototransformations/the-flower-mandalas-project

Thank you again,
– David
David J. Bookbinder, LMHC

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