Tuesday, March 24, 2009

All About Aqua!

On my way home from work yesterday afternoon, I stopped at one of my favorite antique stores and found a few goodies.
I am getting so much inspiration at JoAnna's Moss Hill Studios workshops! You should check out her classes. I love my new bottle... I am thinking about putting it in my Etsy or somewhere ? I have bought on Etsy but never sold anything. I need to make it a little more interesting...that is if I can find it again! I lost it somewhere! LOL I had it on my blog at one time and I guess it got deleted!!!
It is gorgeous weather here today!


~♥~ Monica S said...

Lovely bottle!!! Can you put in your own photo??

Enjoy your lovely weather.. we've got more snow!


Kim said...

this is so pretty Steff - I'm so glad you're enjoying the Mossyshops! And thank you , btw , for the headsup on Angels re: Jo. I did stop by her blog and *tried* to be helpful.
take care

Diana said...

Really, really, really cool bottle,Steff!!!!! Love the colors and textures...yummy. I am going to have to take JoAnna's classes. Thanks for sharing.


Riki Schumacher said...

Hi Steff, this is a fabulous bottle! I love old bottles too, still want to make some snowmen like what Jody did. Love the detail, combination of textures, colors, all just fab! I'll have to take a peek at JoAnna's too. Thanks for posting the pics!

KimberlyRyanDesigns said...

Wow I love tis bottle! You should sell some, I made a few something like this only with jewels on top, Ilove bottles! Hugs, Kimberly

diane said...

Oh, this bottle is beautiful Stephani! You did such a great job.
Happy Easter my friend =)

cata said...

This bottle is absolutely beautiful!
Your art work is so inspiring!
Regards from Tuscany.


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To overcome prejudice is more satisfying than a ten-course dinner.
To subdue a difficulty and smother a selfish disire is to become strong and splendid.
If life is worth living at all, it is worth living in a state of progress and improvement.
If we moan and groan, filling the air with dissatisfaction and gloom, we can scarcely hope to partake of much contentment.
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