Friday, October 19, 2012

Fleur-de-lis Peat Pot

How do you like my fleur-de-lis peat pots?




While finishing up some of my fleur-de-lis tags,




I had the idea to add one to peat pots.




I used my terracotta clay. Aside from the fleur-de-lis, I smeared extra clay all over the peat pot.  I finished with a mix of paint and plaster.








 
 
Still extremely busy with my clay tags, and other redesigns.  I'm already filling Christmas orders.  So, back to work.



Sharing With:
Funky Junk Interiors: Saturday Nite Special
French Country Cottage: Feathered Nest Friday
Shabby Art Boutique: Shabbilicious Friday







30 comments:

Cynthia said...

Oh, I love them. So love the fleur-de-lis. I just ordered the tags from your Etsy store.

Jagoda said...

Dear Rosemary, this is so lovely! You always have such great ideas!

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Rosemary these are really beautiful. I bet they would look gorgeous filled with greens!
Very creative!

Anne said...

Rosemary that is beautiful!! Oh yes I am busy too.And still have not even started on my Christmas stuff UGH!!!I need two weeks of a 24 hour undisturbed state so I can get things done!
xx
Anne

Sherrie said...

Love it...your a true artist.

Piera said...

hello! I come and visit almost every night .. in silence .. and I admire your creations .. I do not know how you do lho but definitely good .. then this is delicate and romantic .. the next episode!

pink*cherub*moon said...

Very cute! Hugs, Leena

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

What a great light bulb moment and another creative use for your pretty tags. Love the way the peat pot turned out.

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

The tags themselves are stunning but your treatment of the pots combined with the fleur de lis is wonderful!

jeanetteann said...

How clever,they're lovely
Thank you for visiting me and for your nice comment. :)

Shabby chic Sandy said...

I love your new pot! It is always fun to see what you are working on :)

Tracy ~ If I Knew You Were Coming I'd Baked A Cake said...

Sweet little pots you do make everything look so pretty. Tracy

Susan said...

Rosemary you amaze me in what you do with clay and paint. You have the most beautiful designs.

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Rosemary I love the pot and those cute tags!! Have a great weekend!

A Vintage Fairy said...

Rosemary, loving the peat pots! Great idea and your tags are wonderful!

Donna W said...

Love! I bought some peat pots at a garage sale this summer that I still need to craft with. The fleur de lis motif is tres magnifique!

Dee @ A Lapin Life said...

Your French pots are very beautiful. I love the tags too!

Athena at Minervas Garden said...

The Fleur-de-lis pots are beautiful, Rosemary--the plaster in your finish gave it a really neat texture. Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a sweet comment--glad you enjoyed the apple salad recipe!

Pat C. said...

Oh, my. Your fleur-de-lis pot is gorgeous... perfect in every way.♥

And your tags, too, are precious.: )

You are so gifted, Rosemary. Sometimes I feel something literally stir inside of me when I see your beautiful creations.

xoxo

CURIOUS BOYS said...

To borrow a quote from a Good Friend of ours . . . they're Fluer-De-Licious ! See, we have a good memory !! TAKE CARE, JOE & GLENN

Vicky said...

I love working with clay, I like your work and tutorials!!
Vicky xx

Rita said...

love love love your fleur-de-lis peat pots and tags.
rita

Rita said...

Oh, I came back to say how gorgeous your clay creations from the previous post are. the old world finish on the angel wings is stunning.
rita

Kate said...

Again another beautiful creation from your talented hands. So lovely happy weekend to you Rosemary

hugs
Kate

DownTheLaneWithDaisy said...

You are so talented. I love reading your blog. Those peat pots are adorable!!

Gypsea said...

These are wonderful! I love the texture.

Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique said...

Rosemary, your projects are always so gorgeous. Thanks for linking up at Shabbilicious Friday last week. I'll be featuring this project at tomorrow's party.

Vintage Street Designs said...

Love this sweet little pot! You are so talented! It's always so much fun visiting your site! :)

Barbara Jean said...

I love this....your new cameo one is the best ever!!

any instructions anywhere on how to do them???

blessings
barb

Erin Kaven said...

Firing clay or air dry clay? Beautiful.