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DIY Pottery

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for DIY Pottery. Get inspired and try out new things.

Clay dishes handmade pottery

You can make aesthetic serving aesthetic with ordinary napkins. These are the main types of easy napkin folding for holiday dinners.

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Cold Porcelain Recipe - home made modeling clay

Make your own modeling clay with this Cold Porcelain Recipe...

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Ceramica botanica - impressione di rosmarino sull'argilla morbida

Erbacea LAB è un laboratorio artistico di ceramica botanica e cianotipia a Santarcangelo (Rimini). Corsi di Ceramica, Mercatini, Bomboniere.

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How to Make a Coil Bowl

There are lots of ways you can make a coil bowl. One way is to use a mold. In this video, I make a coil bowl using a plaster mold to shape it. You can use...

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Ceramic Leaf Soap Dish DIY

These are one of my favorite new designs — press mold soap dishes! I will show you the whole process from start to finish. I hope you enjoy!

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Droplet Soap Dish

Droplet Soap Dishes are the designer soap dish you've been hunting for. Handmade by New Zealand potter Deborah Sweeney, the Droplet Soap Dish consists of four raised concentric rings, just like the pattern made by a droplet of water in a still pool. The raised circles keep your soap dry and the generous size of the soap dish fits a variety of soaps. Pair it with a colourful bar of Fazeek soap and you'll have the perfect housewarming gift. This is a handmade product and each piece varies slightly in colouration. But that's why we love it! Things to Know Size: 10 cm diameter, 1.5 cm H Material: New Zealand clay Made in: New Zealand Shipping: $13 flat rate shipping. Free shipping on orders over $200 The Story Behind It After 15 years running her fashion label, Deborah Sweeney took a short sabbatical to spend time with her youngest son before he started school. It was during this time that Deborah completed a clay workshop and fell in love with ceramics. She left fashion in 2017 and ever since has been making ceramics every spare moment. Deborah's ceramics are made in her Wellington studio from New Zealand clay, hand-blended with New Zealand volcanic sand. The dark volcanic sand gives her work a unique speckled appearance, which we adore.  Deborah lives and works from her home in Bays Bay, Wellington, with her artist husband Niels Meyer-Westfeld and their two boys, Lars and Romeo.

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