🙌🏼 Planters!! 🌱 .
This one being a textured bark variety
Making more of these goodies for a website release hopefully happening soon into the New Year! If you missed out on a planter in the latest release, you might be in luck 💫🌿
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Each clay piece will have slight variations in color and shape.
Cutting clay in small batches means that no two products will be exactly the same. Your design will be one of a kind - that’s my favorite part about working with clay!
Welcome - thanks for stopping by! Fox + Pearl is a shop dedicated to bringing you unique, minimalistic, and light-weight clay jewelry, decor and more! A simple jeans and tee outfit can look effortlessly stylish when you add a cute pair of clay statement earrings. All products are made in small batches from hand-rolled and oven-baked polymer clay. Stay awhile and feel free to explore around a bit! Sales will begin in January.
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Wishing you many quiet and happy tea moments like this over the holidays ☀️. 🎥 by my beautiful @_aniisham_
ДО или ПОСЛЕ?
Всегда любим сравнивать изделие в процессе изготовления и после его завершения.
В ручном производстве это всегда небольшая тайна: что именно получится в итоге?
От этого каждое изделие автоматически становится особенным🌿
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𝒄𝒓𝒆𝒅𝒊𝒕: @vmoneyslimes⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀
⠀ ⠀𝚏𝚊𝚌𝚝: Raised floors help indicate when to take off slippers or shoes. At the entrance to a home in Japan, the floor will usually be raised about 6 inches (15.24 cm) indicating you should take off your shoes and put on slippers. If the house has a tatami mat room, its floor may be raised 1-2 inches (2.54-5.08 cm.) indicating you should take off your slippers via spendlifetraveling.com 📍𝕟𝕠𝕥𝕖𝕤 : hii, gm! end of japan theme wow. Idk what we are going to do as a new theme but stay tuned for anything!⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀
Seriously loving @catherine_zerbo in these earrings! I’ve added 2 more pairs. Shipping just in time for the holidays 😀
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Bomkisi’s White Retro range is inspired by vibrant and bold colours & the beautiful people of South Africa. . #tabelware#platters
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A friend put together an art day today and it was so much fun! I made an owl out of modeling clay, drew a deer in a forest on a piece of scratch art paper, and tested out the new illustrator markers I bought by drawing a portrait of a random girl.
Girl gets itchy if she isn't making something.... nice & quiet & able to be put down every 20mins for 🤢's and then naps - this week's been glamourous AF 💃.
I worked up this little unicorn girl in my sketchbook and then decided to try my hand at sculpting using air dry clay. I had some kicking around from last Xmas so this is still #stashbusting .
She is going to be (well, 🤞🙏) a wall hanging with eyelet joints. I'm planning on painting her with gouache. No idea what her outfit will be but she's going to have a little skull teddy bear so I guess it'll be something dark(ish) 👻.
Has anyone I know worked with DAS air dry clay before? I've got no idea what I'm doing but it seems to be working okay so far. I made armature with tin foil and I'm reinforcing the limbs with florist wire. Tips appreciated 😊.
Also there is so much sanding 🙃 do you think I need to wear a dust mask? 🤔
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⠀ ⠀𝚏𝚊𝚌𝚝: 21% of the Japanese population is elderly, the highest proportion in the world. Japan has more than 50,000 people who are over 100 years old. ( spendlifetraveling.com ) 📍𝕟𝕠𝕥𝕖𝕤 :hi hi hi! how are you? I’m just lying in my bed but I don’t want to go to school :( iT gives me anxiety-akira⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀
My studio will change a lot over the coming weeks. My new kilns are set to arrive very soon, a large front loading gas fired kiln and a smaller electric top loader for bisque firing. They’ll fill a part of my studio that has been left mostly bare over the past few months, I don’t know if I’ll be able to start firing before the holidays but come the new year I’ll be in a glazing and firing frenzy, processing the hundreds of bone dry pots that currently line the shelves.
The gas kiln will take up a good deal of space, as will the air compressor it needs to push the gas in at the right velocity. I may very well have to move some things around but then at least that will be it, all the major components needed for making pottery will be in place, save a proper pug-mill, but that isn’t a priority, more of a luxury. The chimney will shoot up through the roof and the electric kiln has a snug little corner to go in. The studio is housed in an old industrial laundry and there are some interesting features, old bricked up archways within the walls, old chimney flues, painted over windows on the inside and a tall pitched roof. Once the kilns are installed I’ll do a proper studio tour, it isn’t massive by any means but during my year and a half search nothing else like it came up. Most studios in the city were on second and third floors, down corridors, they had no street access or a sink and were incredibly expensive for the most part, especially in east London. I’m in the far north of the city now, but it’s still commutable, and I’ve always lived on this side of the river so it doesn’t feel too different, it’s quiet too.
Lots of you have messaged to come and see the space and I’ve been waiting until the studio is mostly finished before properly allowing visitors, but in the new year, if you’d like to come (I can’t promise they’ll be pots available to buy though), you’re very welcome to get in touch.