Posted on 25th Jun 2014
We have quite a few of the new rough cut riders and cowboy or Indian themed molds poured. They are coming out wonderfully. We are hoping to have some ready to ship in about a week. As always these items can be ordered and poured.
As the much needed rain poured into our drought stricken area, we also poured. We will be listing new molds and some new bisque. We are trying to carry a nice selection so that you don't have to wait for your items or at least not all of them. Christmas is in full swing on [...]
We are so excited to be adding about 1500 new molds to our inventory. Many Santa's, Christmas villages, trees, reindeer, LOTS of Indian Southwestern molds, mystical, animals and so much more. We brought a few home in the car however going after the rest next week in a U haul. Here is a photograph of [...]
How to dry brush ceramics please read carefully BEFORE starting your project and remember the most important part of painting ceramics is to HAVE FUNInstructions Buy an unpainted ceramic piece that catches your eyeRinse (or wash) the unpainted piece with water when you get it home. This will clean off any dust or dirt on the ceramic [...]
We have just aquired another 1500-2000 molds. As soon as we pick them up, sort them and pour them we will get them listed. Have a great weekend.
Easter has come and gone and the spring flowers are in bloom, leaves are starting to sprout on the branches and the birds and in full glory of song. At the ceramic shop we are pouring Christmas (yes its early but we have to get a good stock and supply up and going) and of [...]
With Easter only 6 days away everyone is in a scramble for that something special. If you have time to sit down and paint that is a great way. If you don't have time, then a little cheating is ok at this point of the game too. Make egg hunting a bit more fun and [...]
Here is a wonderful way to decorate a special ceramic egg for your special one at Easter. It is from Ceramcs Magazine March 1995. Just get your acrylic colors together, draw a design on your egg, paint and spray. You can also use carbon paper or transfer paper to get that special idea together.
Instructions 1Collect your tools. You'll need a scraping tool, a texture tool, a spoolie and a sponge.2Be sure that the greenware is completely dry. If it's still soft, you risk denting or poking a hole in it3 Scrape the mold seams with the straight edge of your cleaning tool. Go over the area lightly with fine sandpaper [...]
After searching for the past few years for places to purchase ceramics, We have finally decided it was time to go back into business. We are a mother/daughter shop. Many of the ceramic stores have closed and gone out of business. At this time we do not have a retail site, however we should by [...]