March 13, 2012

from simple white bowls

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come personalized keepsakes.

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This was my project in 2005 when Jessie and I went to one of those pottery studios.
What? You think I'm going to let a 12 year old have all the fun?
(BTW, her project was gorgeous. I'll show you next week)

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But you know...

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Porcelain paint pens are readily available now. How easy would it be to create a unique keepsake with thrifted pottery? What a great activity for yourself as well as your child.


7 comments:

  1. So lovely and sweet. If I attempted it would look very much like something a 7 year old brings home from a birthday party at a pottery shop!

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  2. If anyone saw my handwriting, I would be banned from paint pens!!! That is a show piece! I love that you did the front AND the back - gorgeous!!!

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  3. Really beautiful! Not something that would come out nicely if I did it. :)

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  4. so pretty,, now if I just had your artistic talent I'd be looking for something to paint on.. lol. Cant wait to see Jesse's.

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  5. What a great bowl!!!....I have a whole set of those pens I bought to paint jewelry with and never opened....slinks away......

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  6. Very nice! Looks very professional!

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  7. This turned out so fantastic! You are very talented, I'm jealous! I might have to pick up some paint pens...

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