Van is loaded and ready to roll...🚚 Looking forward to #theolivetreemarket tomorrow 9am to 3pm @maitlandregionalartgallery #mrag #huntervalley #maitland #winecountry #australianceramics  www.claycanoe.com.au

Van is loaded and ready to roll...🚚 Looking forward to #theolivetreemarket tomorrow 9am to 3pm @maitlandregionalartgallery #mrag #huntervalley #maitland #winecountry #australianceramics www.claycanoe.com.au

1,089 Likes, 20 Comments - Nicole Pepper (@modhome.ceramics) on Instagram: “Finally!!! Ok folks... truth be told I have been going through a glaze nightmare the last few…”

1,089 Likes, 20 Comments - Nicole Pepper (@modhome.ceramics) on Instagram: “Finally!!! Ok folks... truth be told I have been going through a glaze nightmare the last few…”

cylinder segment for the totem.  Each of them threw their slabs (in impresssive 28″ long for the circumference of each  segment) and then pressed in their textures & patterns. Each slab was then turned  into a cylinder and attached to another slab base.

cylinder segment for the totem. Each of them threw their slabs (in impresssive 28″ long for the circumference of each segment) and then pressed in their textures & patterns. Each slab was then turned into a cylinder and attached to another slab base.

a roller of some sort (cut up pieces of PVC, empty tape containers, plastic rolling pins from the dollar store or craft store).  a sharpie marker, a hot glue gun.   Draw your design on the roller, draw over lines with hot glue (make lines thick).  Allow to dry.  Roll in paint

a roller of some sort (cut up pieces of PVC, empty tape containers, plastic rolling pins from the dollar store or craft store). a sharpie marker, a hot glue gun. Draw your design on the roller, draw over lines with hot glue (make lines thick). Allow to dry. Roll in paint

Make a Dr.Suess character  Start with a copy of a Dr Seuss book (any one will do) for inspiration, add  neon colored play-doh, cut-up chenille stems,colored feathers, an assortment of google-eyes, and you’ve got a creature factory ready to roll!  Add a funky ceramic coaster to build or display the creations on

Make a Dr.Suess character Start with a copy of a Dr Seuss book (any one will do) for inspiration, add neon colored play-doh, cut-up chenille stems,colored feathers, an assortment of google-eyes, and you’ve got a creature factory ready to roll! Add a funky ceramic coaster to build or display the creations on

Ceramic Fruit Bowl, Serving Bowl, Ceramic Serving Tray, Ceramic Serving Dish, Stoneware Plate, Ceramics Tableware, READY TO SHIP!

Ceramic Fruit Bowl, Serving Bowl, Ceramic Serving Tray, Ceramic Serving Dish, Stoneware Plate, Ceramics Tableware, READY TO SHIP!

DIY Lace Bowl... All need is air-dryable modelling clay that is similar to china clay. Simply roll clay with rolling pin to abt 3-4 mm thick. Then take some laces or doilies & push pattern onto clay with rolling pin. It's so easy & turns into a wonderful result. All you do then is make the bowl round by put into another bowl to get that shape (look at photos).    After 2 days drying they are ready for sandpaper & acrylic paint. I love how they turned out and am definitely going to do it…

DIY Lace Bowl... All need is air-dryable modelling clay that is similar to china clay. Simply roll clay with rolling pin to abt 3-4 mm thick. Then take some laces or doilies & push pattern onto clay with rolling pin. It's so easy & turns into a wonderful result. All you do then is make the bowl round by put into another bowl to get that shape (look at photos). After 2 days drying they are ready for sandpaper & acrylic paint. I love how they turned out and am definitely going to do it…

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