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Thursday, January 26, 2012

All it takes is a few Tiles



And a bit of strong glue





Glue tiles onto board, add plastic feet to board.



Four small tiles hold several sticky preserve jars.





So easy to keep clean.





Not just for Jams and Jellies.
Also great for condiments.
And many more uses.


Have a great weekend my dear Blogging Friends.

Gina






17 comments:

  1. Not just any old tiles though Gina! your tiles are exceptionally beautiful, and the border tiles make the whole board look so professional - lovely.

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  2. This is an idea I can use! Thanks for also including your other beautifully painted ceramics. I especially like the domed one with perhaps plums or apples; I guess I'll have to look at it for the third time! It is lovely.

    Mary in Oregon

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  3. Your tiles make anything a true work of art! Great idea Gina!

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  4. Those tiles and jelly jars are AMAZING!!!!!!! What a thing of beauty. I am sooo impressed.

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  5. Gadzooks, Gina! I've been following you all this time and just now realized I hadn't made it official!!

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  6. Gadzooks Mark, how did I let you get away with that!

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  7. Thank you Rosemary. I agree with you, the border tiles make the difference. Thank you so much for being so generous with your compliment. Gina

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  8. Hi Mary, I must confess that I didn't paint the cheese plate with the dome. It was painted in Mexico. I have always loved hand painted ceramics, so now and then Ihave to share the spotlight.

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  9. Dear Theresa, Because ceramics are so easy to clean and are so durable it makes them so practical and at the same time beautiful. I'm so glad that you like my idea. Gina

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  10. Hi Tina, I'm so pleased that you like my jelly jars. The labels are copies of my ceramics. And, of course, what's inside also makes them special. The fruit for the preserves is grown on our property, a piece of land that was virgin property and we are making sure that we are taking good care of it.

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  11. So, so beautiful! What a treat to look at these tiles and little jars.

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  12. This is so lovely! Love those labels, very unique.

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  13. Hi Kristel, The originals of my labels are ceramic tiles I have painted. Thank you for your lovely compliment. Gina

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  14. Gina you are soooo talented, your ceramics are like little jewels.

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    1. Thank you Tina for your lovely compliment. Have a wonderful week.

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  15. The ceramics are so beautiful, as are the labels on the jars! Love all the details.
    xo Nancy

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    1. Thank you for your visit Nancy and thank you also for leaving such a wonderful comment.

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