\u201cI know a face where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.\u201d William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Nights Dream
how to make a better homemade sink trap for your pottery studio. http://Ceramicartsdaily.org
Little Brick House Clayworks: New. Black clay Salt Pepper Pot
Draw your pattern onto the rolling pin. Its easier to work out the pattern before with a Sharpie than it is later with the hot glue. Think about some sort of connected pattern, they tend to have the best results. Then go over the drawn pattern with the hot glue, to make it a raised pattern.
Handmade Pottery at Home: Simple Ceramics to Make on Your Kitchen Table: Frida Anthin Broberg: 9781446303467: http://Amazon.com: Books
Emily Murphy pottery blog full of great tool ideas. The tool in this photo is a great idea, foam bat with marked circles for centering pieces.
This is a great idea for taking photos. // I just need to break down and make one of these…
I would love to make a set of dishes like this. They would be really pretty in a darker salmon color, or in raiku style natural glazes.
These ceramic mushrooms are so cute!! I want some for my flower beds.