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22 Responses to “Creations, Heads or Tails?”
  1. Lynn says:

    Ha, yep, I’d say the fish pitcher was meant to be! It turned out great and I’m guessing they will be living at the shore house-enjoy:@)

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  2. Jodi says:

    How awesome! What kind of paint do you use for painting on dinnerware? What did you use for the pitcher? What a SWEET find. Way to go! I love it all.

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    • Thanks Jodi, you must use paint made for painting on glass. I use Liquitex Acrylic Glossies. After 24 hours you bake the painted pieces in the oven which cures the paint and prevents it from washing off.

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      • Jodi says:

        Thanks – I saw you said that about the glasses, so seems you use the same for plates! We painted on glasses for a project once at GFC (That our code word for Girlfriend Camp) 🙂

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  3. Ellen says:

    I have turned off cookies on my computer, and I am not sure this comment will be accepted.

    This is too cute for words, and you are the most creative person on the planet!

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  4. Rosie M. says:

    Jenna, you are tooooo much!! I can’t believe you found that pitcher that looks like it’s right from the collection you fell in love with and that you were able to paint it so perfectly so it looks like it’s right from the set. Then you complemented everything with glasses as well! I can’t wait to see the table you will come up with. Absolutely brilliant! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

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  5. Marigene says:

    Oh, to be so talented…that pitcher is awesome, Jenna! I haven’t been into an Anthropologie store, yet…it isn’t on the way to any of the stores I usually go to, but those salad plates have really caught my eye! I ♥ anything with lots of color.

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  6. Rattlebridge Farm says:

    You are so talented, Jenna. The pitcher and glasses are perfect with the Anthropologie pieces!

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  7. Fun! Wish I had seen this when I still had a lake cottage. Love it!

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  8. Mary says:

    Jenna, How fun is that?!! I bet they heard you squealing with glee all the way at the check out counter 🙂 That fish pitcher was just waiting for you to take home and add your artistic skills and paint brush to! Love your painted glasses too 🙂

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  9. Kim says:

    Oh, my gosh! That is perfect, Jenna! I would have been doing cartwheels, as well as screaming with excitement. TJM is one of my favorite places. Your painting detail makes the pitcher look as if it came with the dishes..even better with your touch of love and talent!

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  10. What a cute and unique piece! I LOVE TJM!

    Thanks for linking up with us at Talented Tuesday, hope to see you again this week!!

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  11. you can give anthro a run for their money! fabulous!
    b

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