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a painted teapot diy

IMG.jpgThis oh-so-lovely and oh-so-easy DIY is another great idea that I saw within my InstaCraft book.

Although the time that it takes to complete this project is roughly 35 minutes, 5 minutes are dedicated to doodling, while the other 30 minutes are all done in the oven. Why can’t all crafts be this easy? If they were, I would be able to post one everyday for my fantastic followers!

IMG_2.jpgThis is what you will need:

Teapot

Permanent marker(s)

IMG_3.jpg IMG_4.jpgDraw a design on your teapot. Place in the oven for 30 minutes at 350°F. Remove, let cool, and begin steeping!

IMG_5.jpg IMG_6.jpgIMG_7.jpg IMG_9.jpgEasy peasy. I loved this simple, yet unique project so much that I’ll be drawing similar designs on my plain white mugs so that I will have a matching tea set. I would also like to purchase plates from the Dollar Store and create my own patterns on them. I may end up drawing on all of the dinnerware in my house, as well as recreating every craft within this book! Sometimes, nothing beats having a giant wave of inspiration. Happy Wednesday!

Emory

12 Comments

  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!
    What a great idea and attractive design!

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  2. Yikes! This is so darn cute

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  3. LOVE THIS! :)

    xx.
    ForeverFierce

    foreverfierceblog.wordpress.com

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  4. love that design! so simple and so nice. would love a teapot like that for myself!

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  5. This is so cute and simple – one can never have too many teapots!

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  6. searlait2013

     /  01/25/2014

    Hello Scarlett! I have done this project on teacups, but not a teapot yet! I love it, yours turned out wonderfully! :) I will have to see if I can find a new teapot for the project! Thank you for such wonderful posts!
    Carrie Ann

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  7. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier!! Love this idea! I have painted on teapots but not on porcelain ones like this so this gives me another idea!!! What you did was perfect!!!! Love it!!!

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  8. Simply perfect. :)

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  9. This is so cute, Emory! I love it! I also totally love your new blog design. It looks great!

    XOXO
    Becca | Ladyface Blog

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  10. Mum

     /  01/22/2014

    So dainty! If you didnt live in the Arctic you could enjoy a cuppa in your English garden.

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  11. Geo's Mom

     /  01/22/2014

    What an imaginative way to have a unique piece! I love it.

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  12. GREAT JOB!

    NASH

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