I am a self-starter, and so need no prompting to get me going, AND, I am enjoying the process of doing the same thing along with so many others in a class. It is just plain fun.
Take this challenge, to paint a teacup, from Liz Steel. I don’t own a teacup. I own salt and pepper shakers, and deity statues, but no teacups. Yet I enjoyed seeing all the many teacups painted in this class, and finally had to break down and paint one of our favorite mugs.
Where are my silly salt and pepper shakers . . .
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Adorable! I have to admit that I’m fond of those tea cups that come with a matching plate with a groove in which to set your cup and the rest of the plate for croissants and other fine treats. http://www.pinterest.com/rolindaestrella/tea-cups-and-coffee-mugs/
I like the shapes but never was fond of the older designs . . .