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How wonderful and delicate!
The fabric on that owl is amazing too… I’m excited for the results!
I adore that teacup and I love the fabric you chose for the owl.
I have some owls on my ‘to do’ list as well. My ‘to do’ list is so out of hand right now
The cup is lovely – I think papier mache is very underrated as a medium. The potential is there, though, as you demonstrate so beautifully.
Oooh!! Love the teacup!!!!
I love how your birds seem like real little beings…
Your creations are wonderful Ann.
Enjor your week end…
Now this is MY kind of teacup!
I rarely see anything made from papermache and I am so pleased to happen upon your lovely teacup today! Your bird seems to be in pain though. I hope you will help him out. He looks like he will be a most handsome fellow too.
The cup is so lovely, hope I could have one!!
The cup is really delightful! And you know I think your owls are magical.
Several folks have said the same thing, but the teacup is truly lovely!
Your sweet little teacup and birdies are my sweetest discovery of the day! So glad I happened upon your work…it is wonderful!
My goodness! That teacup is adorable. So sweet and delicate.
I LOVE that teacup!
That teacup is amazing! How do you think of all these great ideas?
I wonder what you use to form the cup a real cup? or do you do it around a cup and leave it on the cup? It obviously is not a real handel. [I wonder how they would hold up outside.] I am so glad I saw this.