Tuesday, 24 November 2009


These Christmas decorations from my etsy shop are currently being featured in the etsy holiday ornament voter!
If you have the time, please go over and vote here!

Thursday, 19 November 2009

Little bird brooch

Here's another little bird brooch, made from porcelain, with antique lace imprinted into the surface.

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Christmas shopping giveaway!!!

I am giving little surprise Christmas treats with your order during November from my etsy or my folksy shop. Just enter the code GONE TO POT in the message to seller box during checkout :)

More lacy birds...

This time with a different texture. I thought I would try something different, and so I opted for a deeper, more graphic looking texture. I think the glaze works nicely, and the pattern is certainly more striking.
I have tried a few wall birds like the ones above, and bowls too...

It has been a great couple of weks in my etsy shop, with the Christmas shoppers starting, a couple of mentions in etsy's storque and gift guides, and a few times on the front page too :)
Fingers crossed that the lucky streak continues...

Friday, 6 November 2009

Christmas decorations

Here are a few images of my new Christmas decorations. This year I thought butterfly snowflakes might be nice, as well as some simple, classic lacy hearts...

So far the butterflies have completely sold out, and are now available and made to order with a slightly longer dispatch time. I like the simplicity of the unglazed creamy clay. It shows the texture of the lace off in greater detail, and can be emphasized with a classic red or gold thread for contrast. Both of these could even be used at weddings, and the thread changed to compliment the individual colour theme. I like to tie them to gifts instead of a bow too!

Wednesday, 4 November 2009


For any of you that will be around in London on Fri 13th November, 7 - 10pm, a fab new shop is opening called Timber and it is in the ultra trendy Brick Lane area. It's one of my favourite areas of London, it's being opened by a very lovely lady and it will be the first UK retail outlet that I have my work in. Apart from my own work, Timber will be showcasing some of the best in handmade art and craft. I wish Emma the best of luck with her new venture and am extending the invite to friends and interested parties. There will be the opening of an exhibition by Michael Chapman, titled "The Struggle For Existence" too which will be running in the Timber gallery space.

Timber, 65 Hanbury St, London E1 5JP

Get down there! It's gonna be fab!!