Alchemy of Clay & Living in Black Mountain NC
mighty pretty glaze and mighty pretty kitty!
Those are some pretty pretty flowers, - might I borrow the idear?And the glazes are sublime, - simply love them
Sure, clay flowers has an ancient history...enjoy, and let me see them when you've done yours! The little hairy things are using a garlic press, in case you didn't know that trick yet.
Thank you, I´ll let you know, when i get some finished.Playing with the thought of making big flowers for the garden. Love the idea of colorful flower growing in the empty garden during the winter months. Need to make the flower so that the rain doesn´t collect with risk of frost destroying the flowers.Thanks for the tip with the garlic press.
Looking forward to hearing from you! Since I didn't know the 1000+ people who supposedly looked at my blog the other day, I'm back to moderating comments. If that doesn't help, I don't know why blogger doesn't have a filter that stops this hacking...