Comment on DIY Shell Covered Terra Cotta Pot by JaneEllen.
Love, love your shell covered pot, so natural and pretty looking, great project. The shells you used are so clean and pretty.
Thanks for great idea., I have lots of plastic butter containers and lots of succulents so can get busy. Just need to get some Patio Paint for containers. Or maybe some spray paint for plastic. Maybe if they turn out cute could give for some summer, just cause gifts.
Have been on a non creating lull for too long so want to get busy. Know from previous experience once I get started ideas and creativity keep on cranking into more and more. Love that having terra cotta pots isn’t a must have, we live on our SS so budget is small.
Have great rest of week and weekend I subscribed to your blog
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I could enumerate every thing I saw in your living room but hope you’ll know how much I love your style and your room. Your inherited pieces are gorgeous also, fortunate to have relatives with good taste who are generous. I personally love some of older style furniture but maybe that’s cause I remember it from childhood.
We live in a single wide mfg. home (on 1/2 acre out in country), try to make it cozy and comfy with our thrift store bargains rethought and an area rug thrown down. It’s small but perfect for us two seniors and our 2 furry kidz.
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Getting a very good idea of what your blog is about by reading the comments, tells me so much about you and your ideas. Have enjoyed reading your answers to questions and comments, shows you are responsive to giving answers and help when requested, shows you are polite and considerate along with caring..something which is important to me in a person. Where I live people are rather cold, removed from any kind of connection, even being friendly, to other people.
Can understand how busy bloggers must be with families, jobs but are so nice take the time to respond to their readers.
I feel so fortunate to have met some very personable and caring people on blog land. I tend to be partly isolated from many people, even my family, due to hearing loss, so big part of my life is centered on bloggers I get acquainted with.
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Should I say the lettuce looks so real?, lol Wonder if our Michaels has some of that? Would be pretty in nice bowl like yours. Oh wait, I bought a mixing/measuring bowl at Walmart with cute print on it, that might work. Certainly not as cute and perfect as your pretty blue hob nail bowl ,
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Martha’s products might be little more than others but they are always quality, that much any crafter can bank on. Worth the extra.