A Pink Murex Shell On Sky Blue Vintage Glass.........

Hello Friends,

Today I want to share with all of
you a wonderful item I purchased
recently from a very sweet lady
who lives here in Georgia. I found her
while strolling through Blogland
one day. Her name is Terri Smith and
she is an extraordinary artist!!
The name of her Blog caught my
eye because it had the word Dragonflies
and anything with or about Dragonflies
is ok with me...I am obsessed over them..
but thats another story....anyway I strolled
through Terri's blog and became instantly
a follower and lover of her art work.
Besides her wonderful paintings she does
is her glass work and this one I fell in love with.
Around the glass at the bottom are the words
Cape May Bitters....Cape May New Jersey
was where my three sons and I would go
every year to play in the ocean and walk
on the boardwalk and go on rides on
three piers. Not only do I love the Cobalt
Blue color and the most perfect Shell on
top but the fact that the bottle came from
a place of such fond memories, well I
had to have it!!!

Please go visit Terri and take a look
at her wonderful paintings and her
gorgeous soldered Art bottles I
know you will fall in love with
her work as well as this sweet
lady.
I wish you All a Wonderful Weekend!!

Susan xxoo
                           

                                                                               

Comments

  1. Love this altered bottle. Such beautiful color combination.
    Debbie

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  2. Aaah Susan..you've made my heart smile as big as the sun! Thank you so much for your generous and complimentary sentiments! :)) The beautiful story connected to your memories of Cape May really got to me and it truly makes me happy that this piece will always have such happiness attached to it.

    Again..thank you from the bottom of my heart for honoring my work in such a wonderful way today. I will remember it always.

    Hugs of Friendship & Southern Sunshine, Terri

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  3. Terri is one precious lady. Her talent is just beautiful, her creations gorgeous ... her heart as big as the moon. Beautiful piece ...

    Have a wonderful PS weekend.
    TTFN ~Marydon

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  4. What a beautiful piece of art. Hugs

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  5. Susan, this is really neat! Clever!
    Hugs, Diane

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  6. What a wonderful piece of art and piece of your cherished past also. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Hi, Susan...I'm from GA too! Love your blue shell bottle...definitely want to visit her site. My DIL loves dragonflies! Savannah is one of my favorite places...except for the traffic! Took a "girlfriend" trip there awhile back and that was really fun. My hubby and I usually spend a weekend there every Nov. to Christmas shop. What a wonderful experience to share with your son. I'm off to check out the rest of your postings. Hope you've had a lovely Sunday. Come visit my blog sometimes! Cheri

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  8. Absolutely fantastic blog!! I'm so happy to find you via CotedeTexas. I've started my own blog and store that I hope you'll visit and even follow - maybe. I make one of kind bottle art I think you'll really enjoy! Off to read more ... just wanted to say hi!

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  9. This is very beautiful ...adore the blue color of the bottle and the connection .

    Annabelle >A_<

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