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Put a Goddess On It

I've been making these Goddess mugs for a little while now, they are very popular.  Last year I had an order for 30 of them from 50cents period.  They were red but still, essentially the same mug.  They were also a nice item to have in the Mugs For Jugs benefit sale last October (look for info on this years bigger and better event this year).  I really like making them but lately have thought that the Goddess should not be kept only on a mug.  I made a covered jar with her and it sold pretty quickly at Charis Books and More.  I'm also thinking about putting her around the outside of a bowl.  I'd actually make a ring of Goddesses in rainbow colors.

Goddess Mug

I'm inspired to make more Goddess-ware but I'm not sure what else she should adorne.  What do you think would be great with a Goddess on it?

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  1. I love them! I'd say some goddess plates/bowls and even teapots would be fun!

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    1. THanks Barbara, I wasn't thinking plates, I had toyed with the teapot idea.

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  2. Get a round cookie cutter and make some Christmas ornaments, you would sell tons!

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    1. Brilliant Tracey. I have some round cookie cutters already...actually Janet does, she hates when I raid the kitchen for pottery tools but still...

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    2. Yes, she certainly does hate it when you raid her kitchen for pottery tools. :/

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  3. Everything is better with a goddess on it.

    Colander, spoon rest, bowls............

    XO T

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  4. Oh yeah, I thought of another while in the grocery today. I spotted some green goddess salad dressing, which by the way I can turn up and drink it is sooo good! And I thought of you, what about a salad dressing carafe like those they give you with the salad dressing at the store....

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    1. Tracey, you're brilliant. It's funny, I made a couple of Goddess mugs in green by special request and I couldn't help but think of the salad dressing (which I love too) when I was making them.

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  5. Beautiful, simple goddess design. And purple so appropriate too :)

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    1. Hi Lori, Welcome to the blog and thanks for commenting. I appreciate your complement and hope you enjoy the blog.

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    1. Thanks Julia, I haven't made any platters in a while.

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