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a glorious muse . . .


(Well, maybe not for you, but we'll see--we all have our "thing", right?)

A nice little teacup shape, some modeling paste and paint with the help of a Stencil1 stencil, and you know what, this one needed glitter:

Add the glorious Altered Pages muse:
Each cup of tea holds a glorious muse.

She's a refrigerator magnet, believe it or not.  What can I say--I really like tea!  Couldn't let the extra bit of tinted paste go to waste, so added it (via the Stencil1 stencil, also) to a Gelli print scrap:
All ready for a few atcs.  

(As usual, if you're interested, there is a little more info on my blog.)

So, what's your glorious muse today?
 
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  1. She's fab, Trish! A fun n funky mag for your fridge!

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    1. Thank you Nan, my froggy friend! It's no secret to my family that I drink a LOT of tea.

      Lots and lots and lots!

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  2. Wow, what a beautiful magnet. I would love to hang that one on my fridge! LOL

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  3. Very clever♥ This would make a nice surprise for a Red Hat Tea Party♥

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  4. Well, I don't ever stop drinking tea either! I love it, it keeps me sane, or what passes for it! This is beautiful, Trisha. I love the idea of the muse appearing from the cup that cheers and the cup itself has such a great texture. xxx

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  5. I love tea cups and your project is simply wonderful!

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  6. Trisha- she is a glorious muse indeed!! I adore that teacup she is in!!

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  7. love it Trisha!! is that leaky shed chipboard?

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