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dairy farm blue napkin ring holders

strudel reliquary box

fluffy flower
a bunch of good new stuff soon to be added to my etsy shops.  flowers, napkin ring holders, vases, reliquary boxes, candle holders.....i have a table full of stuff and this is just some of it.  thought i was time i shared new work instead of blathering :)

thermo flower

montana  blues candle holders

fatso

industrial waste baskets

Comments

andrea said…
You do such amazingly original pieces, Paula. I especially love the reliquary box and Fatso.
paula said…
thank you andrea, means much!
deborah said…
Some way cool things, Paula. I, too was attracted to Fatso!
paula said…
thanks deborah...fatso is going to my painter friend in CA :)
Angela Recada said…
Loving your new items, Paula. Yup, there's just something special about fatso. . .
Anonymous said…
Paula, your work is AMAZING! So original. I really like the napkin rings, since they would REALLY stand out when one has guests over...it would be an opportunity to brag over the genius of a fellow self-taught artist...hmmm, isn't my birthday coming up? I may have to indulge very soon.
paula said…
what a boost you were for me today :) thank you, hope you get what you want for your bday!!!
Hi, Paula. Your work is so beautiful and unique. Glad to hear your weather (and roof) has improved.
best from Tunisia,
nadia
paula said…
thank you nadia, it's nice to hear your words, and that you like my simple objects!
ArtPropelled said…
The weathered paint and rust effects have me drooling. Beautiful pieces, Paula!

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