Tag: handmade pottery
Mocha Diffusion – Finished Products
Recently I shared how I did Mocha Diffusion and pottery technique. Here are the finished results after they’ve been fired in the kiln.
How I Made a Tray Using Rubber Stamps
Watch how I make this with a farm.
Row House Mugs Are Completed – And Anxious For A New Home
Last February, I blogged how I painted row house on mugs. https://thebutlerspottery.ca/2023/02/07/back-to-my-roots-of-folk-art-painting-on-pottery-this-time/ They are finished. There was a nice surprise when I opened my kiln. The blue on the winter cup turned speckled, instead of a solid blue. It looks like winter snow on snow-capped houses. A few colours of the under-glaze paint ran into…
After a log time I finally got a reindeer rolling pin that worked. I made a few and showed them here.
Waiting For the Glaze Fire – Finished Pottery
It has been a while since I shared a post. I have a good excuse. We spent a week in Mexico escaping our Canadian winter. The best part of our holiday was that we went with our family, which includes 6 grandkids ages 16 to 7. Of course, their parents came too. Having the whole…
Back To My Roots Of Folk Art Painting – On Pottery This Time
I first picked up a paintbrush in a folk art painting class in 1994. That seems like a lifetime ago. Ten years later, I began my pottery career, and I did very little painting. I spent many years painting glazes on my pottery. Occasionally, I’d make a decorative piece because I had to create. In…
Add Colour To Your Cooking – With My Garlic Rub Plates
Add colour to your kitchen chores with a decorative garlic rub plate.