New Lid for an Old Pot
A very dear friend loved her vintage yellow crockery, but it didn't have a lid.
She allowed me to make one for her.
I used an old aluminum pot lid that fit the pot perfectly.
First I removed the old handle. I decided to metal stamp names,
around the edge of the lid, of items she could store in her pot.
I blackened in the letters with a Sharpie Pen and removed the excess with a Pro Polish Pad from Beaducation. https://www.beaducation.com/zen_products/109-pro-polish-pad-pack-of-10?product_category=369-other-polishing-supplies
I stamped in words such as PRICELESS TREASURES!
and MY KEEPSAKES!
and YUMMY TREATS, they could be for the cats!
and SPECIAL BLESSINGS!
Next I created a polymer clay handle.
I screwed a small screw into the clay, then unscrewed it out.
I made an impression in the clay where the nut would go and pulled it back out.
Then I baked the clay.
When the clay figure was cooled I painted the cat to look like my friend's cats.
I think they are of the Cornish Rex breed.
My friend says they look like her cats, but maybe she was just being nice!! I tried!
I chose a cat, because my friend has 3 cats that she adores!
When screwing the cat knob on the lid, I added a washer on the inside of the lid.
Thanks for looking at my creations!
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