Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Making Trays

I have been playing with some antique wall paper rolls that I picked up at flea market. At the suggestion of my friend Jessie I started making trays and I am having a great time. These are the first out of the kiln and I am really pleased at home they turned out. My tea pots are looking great on them as well.


This is a tray with a feather print that I painted some designs over. Here is another treatment of the feather.

I took a few to the DIY Trunk show last weekend and the response was really positive. I can't wait to make another round and improve on the designed.


I think this one found a new home. I will be putting a lot of this stuff out at my Esty site. I have not add to that site in quite a while.


I am still loving my tea pots and cups, even though I didn't sell any last weekend. I think I will be throwing a tea party soon.











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Sandi M. said...

May 30, 2116

We are so glad we stopped at your display at the Barrington Art Festival? I love my new vase and the girl jar top you were kind enough to sell separated from the jar bottom.

I look forward to seeing more of your work as soon as it gets posted.

Sandi Makowan