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Sometimes things are black and white.

Sneak peak. #pottery #butterdish #dessertplates #polkadots | Flickr - Photo Sharing!  textures

Sneak peak. #pottery #butterdish #dessertplates #polkadots | Flickr - Photo Sharing! textures

Crossing my fingers that this large platter dries well and stays flat. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!  TEXTURES

Crossing my fingers that this large platter dries well and stays flat. | Flickr - Photo Sharing! TEXTURES

Espresso Mug  coffee mug tea cup with saucer  matte by hadleyclay, $38.00

Espresso Pet Mug | coffee mug tea cup with saucer | created from your photo | personalized custom portrait gift idea | dog cat animal lover

Espresso Mug coffee mug tea cup with saucer matte by hadleyclay, $38.00

John Beasley is the artist.  He creates incredible ceramic tiles for Medicine Bluff Studio that you should check out! Here's the link:  http://www.medicinebluffstudio.com/  I've created a number of tile ceramics projects with my students - I'd like to use Mr. Beasley's to inspire another!

John Beasley is the artist. He creates incredible ceramic tiles for Medicine Bluff Studio that you should check out! Here's the link: http://www.medicinebluffstudio.com/ I've created a number of tile ceramics projects with my students - I'd like to use Mr. Beasley's to inspire another!

Fabulous έμπνευση

Fabulous έμπνευση

bubble glaze technique - Dip entire piece in glaze color #1. In tall yogurt cup mix 1-2 inches of glaze #2 with one squirt liquid hand soap. Using a regular drinking straw, blow bubbles in the yogurt cup mixture until bubbles overflow and fall down one the pottery piece. Let glaze dry. Using flat hand lightly pop all the bubbles. Fire! You can also bubble on a third color if you'd like. by bettye

bubble glaze technique - Dip entire piece in glaze color #1. In tall yogurt cup mix 1-2 inches of glaze #2 with one squirt liquid hand soap. Using a regular drinking straw, blow bubbles in the yogurt cup mixture until bubbles overflow and fall down one the pottery piece. Let glaze dry. Using flat hand lightly pop all the bubbles. Fire! You can also bubble on a third color if you'd like. by bettye

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