I finally finished something! It’s not been easy finding thyme to paint while adjusting to a new job and getting into the rhythm of working again. I know it takes a while to make the adjustment so I’m not overly stressed about it. Painting is certainly one of the ways I relax and de-stress so I won’t be giving it up.
I found this kettle at one of my local thrift stores. I fell in love with its design when I spied it on the cluttered shop shelf. I love the handle that curves over the pot, the squatty spout and the unique lid. It made it into my shopping basket right away. I mixed a couple of designs by Terry French and some of my own ideas to achieve the design I wanted for this lovely tea kettle. I sort of sketched and painted as I worked on it. Gotta love a design that comes together like that. It’s easier to sketch and paint on a curved item like this because trying to trace a pattern on is just too frustrating and time consuming. I added a prim tag, a vintage measuring spoon, a rustic star, some faux berries and a strip of homespun. I have listed this kettle in my Etsy shop. If you are interested you can click on my Etsy shop icon on the left to visit my shop. I often have people see my Esty shop items here and ask if I will paint one for them, this is a one of a kind tea kettle, I don’t think I could find it again in a thrift shop.
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