Friday, May 1, 2015

Mad Hat Blog Party "Hat"

Here is my contribution for the Mad Hat blog party over at:http://puddleduckgrange.blogspot.com
This will be listed in my Etsy shop this weekend:https://www.etsy.com/shop/TouchoftheGoddess?ref=hdr_shop_menu





http://puddleduckgrange.blogspot.com

20 comments:

  1. Oh WOW! I am in love with your Hat! So much talent and amazing detail! Perfect nod to the wonderful Maddest of passions skill! xoDebi
    Thank you so very much Sharon,!

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    1. Thanks, Debi! I wanted to do something that would surprise everyone!

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  2. Oh my! What a brilliantly clever idea!! I never would have guessed from the sneak peek. Adorable!!

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    1. Thanks! I have always been intrigued by functional art! It was great fun!

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  3. Nice! Oh, so is that a tea cup too? That's cool. :-)

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    1. It is pretty big, Elena. The top part is a flower pot! Of course, I think we know some people that would think that it would be a great size for their morning coffee! LOL Thank you!

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  4. OMG!!! This is gorgeous Sharon!!! My brushes are just in a boring old jar :D XXX

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    1. Mine were laying in a silverware drawer divider! Hahahaha! I might have to see if I can make some more of different sizes! Thank you for liking it!

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  5. Oh wow that is super, what a brilliant idea, looks great fun and is practical too.

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  6. I just noticed that everyone else has said "Wow". But hot damn, "Wow!" again. This hat is wonderful... The colors, the adornments... and the usefulness of it! You, my beloved Sharon, rock!

    P.S. Wait until you read your hat in my story. *giggles*

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    1. Thank you! Thank you! Can hardly wait to read the hat's story!

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  7. I'm not saying Wow, oh crap, I just did LOL, love the idea, love the colour and I can almost see it atop an artists head as they transfer it from studio to party mode, great post Sharon!

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    1. Thanks, Shelle! People is my favorite color and I loved the Steampunky kind of look that materialized! Glad you stopped by!

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  8. That turned out pretty darn cool!

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    1. Thank you, Rommy! It was fun to make!

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  9. This is a fabulous piece of construction, Sharon and such a clever idea! It's gorgeous. I'm not surprised it's' already sold. You need to make some more, with other top-hat kind of themes!

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    1. It means a lot for you to say these nice things, Rhissanna! Thank you so, so much! I am looking for materials. The brim is the big piece to figure out!

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  10. Sharon so cool! What a great idea!!! I love it!!!

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