Frankly, I’ve never been a fan of Clay Aiken nor clay making but lately, I’ve got a thing for all things pottery. So much so, I am thinking about enrolling in a pottery class (but no, I don’t want to go to Clay Café).
Here is an assortment of items that I’m loving:
Biggest regret in life – not visiting the Heath Ceramic factory when I was in California. Okay, not my biggest life regret but still… I’d love to go. I saw their stuff at the Farmer’s Market and did not buy one thing. Silly girl. Big mistake:
Love at first sight. Everything from This Way To The Circus is amazing but palm trees and cactus will always win me over:
I need to make room for more hanging plants in my life. Especially this one from Orit Creative Workshop:
Shop local. The Bread and Butter Pottery studio is less than a kilometer from my house. I love her work:
And speaking of local, I went to high school with Anne. Her work is dreamy and would make a wonderful Made In The Maritimes gift:
I will admit, I actually bought some clay and supplies so I can make these Potted Succulent Magnets. Now, I need to do it and show them off. I also need to replace my fridge with one that can hold magnets:
I also found this Clay Cactus Bud Vase project… good thing I have lots of clay:Remember when I said you can’t have enough cactus in your life?
The colours used by Shino Takeda Ceramics is fabulous; I especially love this plant pot:
And finally, a hot coffee in a hot mug is almost as hot as… this … (you’re welcome)psst. If you like what you’re reading, please subscribe and share. xomeg