Our Daughter’s Empty Bowls Glazed

Our Daughter’s Empty Bowls Glazed

empty bowls project

In a previous post on this blog, I told about our younger daughter’s Empty Bowls project. Many of you wanted to see what her colossal effort looked like glazed, so here they are, before they were packed up for the fundraiser. She ended up with 174 bowls that met her standards, far exceeding her 150 bowl goal. I am so impressed with how she paced herself on this endeavor in the midst of a difficult, busy, academic semester! And it is great to have her home for the holidays.

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  1. Lillie 7 years ago

    What an amazing gift! That is so cool. She is amazingly talented and a very dedicated, hard-working and beautiful person!

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      Polly Castor 7 years ago

      I think so, but then I’m biased!

  2. Patricia 7 years ago

    Absolutely fantastic! Not surprised at her exceeding her goal. She has been, is, and is becoming even more of an amazing person with tremendous vision and creativity. Love seeing these!


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