Happy New Year! Wow, it's been a long time since I have posted on my blog! I've been busy making, making, making and not recording! Although, I did start an Instagram feed! Check it out! #hydeparkhill Last fall I had three market events and then Christmas! Now that its the new year, I am excited… Continue reading New Year, New Designs
Well, spring is almost done and summer is almost here! I finally glazed up a birdhouse that has been bisque fired and waiting for glaze for almost a year! Sometimes I am just not brave enough. I love how it turned out! It was hand-built with coils in a style that reminds me of an… Continue reading Cherry Blossom Birdhouse
Wow! I can't believe Christmas has come and gone already! My husband completely surprised me this year and bought me a pottery wheel. I mostly hand build and the wheel as been a challenge to find time and let's be honest ---it's a bit intimidating at first. So now at my house I have a… Continue reading Doodle Art Vase
I love Zinnias! They are my favorite annual flower to plant in my front yard. They grow and bloom all summer long until a hard frost. I decided I wanted to capture their beauty by making a stoneware clay dish- a shallow dish, great for use and display. I used my paper crafting zinnia stamp… Continue reading Zinnias
Let's Celebrate! There are so many things to celebrate in life! Birthdays are one of my favorite things. Lately, I have been combining all my hobbies into one project. (see last week's post: Morning has Broken Petunia Canvas Project) This new project combines two hobbies--paper crafting and pottery. In a future post, I will show how… Continue reading Let’s Celebrate!
Well, it's finally done! My handmade ceramic and glass pond bathroom floor has been installed and grouted! It took several months to make, two days to install and 10 hours to grout! Our son loves it!! He said his favorite part is to lay on the dock and look up out the skylight at the sky and watch… Continue reading Pottery Adventures Part 2
I decided to make a pond bathroom floor for my son’s new bathroom. What an adventure! Buying clay, getting lily pads from a pond, making molds, making tile, bisque firing, glazing, glaze firi… Source: Pottery Adventures