When I was cleaning out my workshop the other day, I found some little bowls that have been sitting around for a while. I would love to see them go to new homes! Each bowl is now half price, available from my direct online store only. Each bowl is approx 12cm diameter, and would make […]
Monthly Archives: July 2010
Hop aboard my spaceship (aka workshop with bubbly silver insulation lining), and find out what I’m up to today! Yesterday I completely cleaned out the whole of the workshop, including sorting, tidying and hoovering, in preparation for a big glazing session. (I am more motivated to work when the space around me is clean and […]
Remember the little bowls I made to sample my new glass colours a couple of weeks ago? It was a super surprise finding these little goodies in the kiln yesterday! I’m so pleased with the results, the colours of the melted glass are so striking, even better than I thought they would turn out. It […]
Wow, wow and more wow! At the craft fair just over a week ago, I was lucky enough to have my stall situated directly behind the most amazing photography work by Andrew Scoggins. Andrew has travelled to many inspiring countries over the past few years, and enjoys capturing good quality photographs. Many of his coastal […]
I’m using a lot of hearts in my work lately!
Although the sun hasn’t been shining as much, it has still been very hot and humid this week. I prefer making things from my workshop in the evening when it’s a bit cooler. I’m hoping the sun has his hat on again ready for the weekend, I’m going to a friends BBQ tomorrow and some […]
During the quiet period of the craft fair at Castle Ashby on Sunday afternoon, I took the opportunity to wander around the gardens and take some photos. If you’ve never visited the gardens of Castle Ashby House, I would definitely recommend it as a day out, the views are simply stunning! It wasn’t until I […]