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Nendo’s latest collection asks the question: Why the heck don’t plates and bowls have handles like mugs, pots, and pans?

the moon only glows when kissed by the sun.

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Make plate by sandwiching slab between paper plates.

Ceramic Arts Daily – Great Idea for Teachers: A Simple Ceramic Lesson Plan for Slab-Built Plates with Textured and Stenciled Decoration Más

Ceramic Plates, Serin, Woodland, Clay, Beleza, Plate, Flower

techniques decorating ceramics - Buscar con Google

techniques decorating ceramics - Buscar con Google

Evergreen Imprinted Clay Dishes - Thank you to The Graphics Fairy for originally sharing this idea.

Inspiration for nature themed Salt Dough Ornaments! Take a twig of evergreen from outside and make an impression into the salt dough, make a hole for a ribbon, and then bake!- I love this look, trying to think of other things I could create with this

A personal transformation starts with you picking who you want want your best self to be. - Levnow Fashion Illustration, drawings, women I don't know where "The bracelet" is, but it's amazing

Serax Maison d'être

I have these same bowls from ym lovely friend Roos Van de Velde. They are quite simply "Perfect Imperfection" by Roos Van de Velde

Wall sculpture artwork from flowers

Wall sculpture artwork - Graces - White porcelain wall art flowers Modern minimal home decor Wedding gift Bathroom Bedroom Living room

Handmade Ceramic Modern Bowl with an Uneven Rim

Handmade Ceramic Modern Bowl with an Uneven Rim, pottery bowl, handthrown stoneware

Handmade Ceramic Modern Bowl with an Uneven Rim

Orca Killer Whale by  HannahMcFaddenArt:

Watercolor Orca Killer Whale Original Artwork Painting Orca Splashing in the Ocean Killer Whale Jumping on

Ceramic tables by Elisa Strozyk – Llamas' Valley

Fluid "smoke-like patterns" cover the circular ceramic tops of these metal-framed tables by German designer Elisa Strozyk.