No Time For Procrastination When Working With The Seasons

I have come to realise there is no time to procrastinate when working with the seasons.

Remember the snowdrop ceramic pieces? Well it’s taken me a bit of time thinking about the right finish, and now I know what I want (through testing different finishes), however the snowdrops have gone over so no more until next year, at least I will be ready, it’s only taken me 3 years  🙂
Here’s what I have ready to go in my Etsy shop today. I have listed different finishes because we don’t all like the same thing, and I want to know which one is your favourite.

Snowdrops ceramics

Snowdrops ceramics

Snowdrops ceramicsThe finish on these tiles is the one I like best, I like the simplicity. I love how each tile will be unique, both in the layout of the flowers and the hand painted matt colour which picks up the plant impressions really well. Real snowdrops might not last long but these will hang on your wall for ever.

Snowdrops ceramicsI only made one snowdrop ring dish, I wish I had made more, it’s so pretty. This has a blue glaze on the outside. Due to the matt colour on the inside these dishes cannot be used for food, they are for trinkets, keys, loose change, soap or just to look at. I think it’s quite lovely, it will be hard to part with it.

Snowdrops ceramics
I finished the Pulmonaria hearts quickly while they are still flowering, I think these will go down well so I’m off to make some more while they are still in flower 🙂

Snowdrops ceramics
I should have these all listed in my Etsy shop so if you want to see what’s available that’s the place to head for.

7 thoughts on “No Time For Procrastination When Working With The Seasons

  1. Jean Thatcher

    very nice Jean Thatcher Original Art in Porcelain, Watercolor and Mixed Media http://www.JeanThePainter.com

    On Sun, Mar 17, 2019 at 3:51 AM Kiln Fired Art Blog wrote:

    > eganj1 posted: “I have come to realise there is no time to procrastinate > when working with the seasons. Remember the snowdrop ceramic pieces? Well > it’s taken me a bit of time thinking about the right finish, and now I know > what I want (through testing different finish” >

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  2. Mary Redman

    It isn’t often that I am unable to pick a favorite……. but I love every one of them! They are all my favorites!

    Reply

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