Painted Pots

Does anyone remember that I had posted a picture on my Facebook page of the cute clay pots I began painting?  I started them the night I got back from vacation.  I just could hardly wait to get a paint brush into my hand again.
Well, that was the end of April. 
I fairly certain I am the queen of unfinished projects.
very easily distracted
So…back to the pots.  I thought it would be nice to have some smaller items for the show (which is next weekend by the way – HOLEY MOLEY!)
which is why I began to paint clay pots.
So I painted them and they sat there.
Today I was inspired to pull them out again to
work on them.
I was in the mood to hand paint today.
No idea why, but it was kinda fun :o)
It helped that Chris took the girls fishing.
Have I mentioned he is a wise man?
The exciting news tonight was that Emma
caught her first fish!
I am much better able to focus when it is quiet.
I think the pots are cute stuff.
As I said previously, I have a week until the show.
Things are kicked into high gear.
Getting ready is such an IMMENSE amount of work! I worked all day today and plan to have lots to show you over the next week as I finish things up.
My current big project is a dining room table and chairs.
I can’t wait to finish it!
Have a nice Mother’s Day!
I am excited to be a little spoiled by my family and plan to milk it as much as I can.
It’s only once a year you know.
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  1. With the exception of the Whistler one at the end (that photo is very touching),
    I’m more a fan of the originals and don’t think they need to be reinterpreted.

    Pictures to paintings
    photos to paintings
    photo to painting
    picture to painting
    painting from photo

  2. So cute! I’m having a quiet day with all the boys gone…it’s wonderful!

    Happy Muthas’ Day, girl!

  3. So cute Stacey!!

  4. I’m easily distracted, too–cute bunny! And the clay pots are adorable, wish I lived closer to you, no wait, I’ll have to take that back–I’d spend more than I can afford. :-) 3 generations went to lunch, my kids and hubs all got me hydrangeas I SO wanted, each a different color, and I didn’t even nag, lol. Enjoy your special day.

  5. Cute clay pots! Like Janet, I wish I lived closer but I’d spend way too much on your awesome creations. Blessings!

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