Tuesday, September 24, 2013



Oceana Gratitude Bowl Number 1

Sold. Thank you Connie.

Number 2 still available.

Oceana Gratitude Bowl Number 2

I’ve named my new series, Gratitude Bowls. They are similar to my Burning Bowls which are used to burn away any problems and habits by placing statements inside on small pieces of paper and then burning them out of your life. I like the idea of placing small statements of gratitude into the bowls and reading them on occasion to remind myself of all the things I have to be thankful for. Actually, it might be a good idea to use them for both.

Back Number 1

I read somewhere that gratitude is the open door to abundance. This makes sense because when you are truly thankful for what you already have, life has a way of delivering more of the same.

Side Number 1

Since summer is waning and I’m already missing it along with the ocean, it seemed appropriate to use the ocean as my theme for the first two bowls. Hope you like them.

Close-Up Number 1

Bowl number 1 is 6”wide x 5” deep x 11” high and features beautiful shells and a stained glass basin. I have priced both bowls at $68.00 each.

Bowl number 2 is smaller at 5” wide x 5” deep x 9” high and features assorted shells and stained glass basin.

I have just placed them on Etsy where you can view more pictures or you can purchase directly from me via my e-mail. Click here to view bowl number 1. Click here to view bowl number 2.

Side Number 2

Back Number 2

From the Top Number 2

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  1. Cheryl these are amazing. I too believe that if you give thanks for what you have doors do open.
    Your art always touches me. Thank you

  2. You are just so creative Cheryl! Your work is awesome. Ah, I see Nicole is here too and I agree with her words. Have a wonderful day and thanks for the well wishes. I'm kicking my heels because I feel better now.:) Have a great week.

  3. These are absolutely incredible Cheryl. They really move me and you're right; when we're open to gratitude, with our arms and heart open, good things do come.xxoo

  4. Hi Cheryl! I was struck with the title. Nice name for a great masterpiece. If only I have a huge home that regularly receives visitors, I wanted to own one of your gratitude bowls. I love the idea of being taking time to recall the good things that happened to them. It's the best way to start and spread good vibes.


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