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STRANGE CLAY: CERAMICS IN CONTEMPORARY ART
DIG YOUR OWN CLAY!
THROWN DOOR KNOBS • Door knobs are relatively easy to throw and are great for individualising your home. By adjusting the size you throw them to, the knobs can be adapted to fit any surface – doors, kitchen cupboards, chests of drawers, etc, and colour coordinated perfectly to match your décor
LINDA BLOOMFIELD FIRING USING CONES
LITTLE SLAB HOUSES • These whimsical little houses have no purpose other than as decorative items. Make them in groups of three or more for the best effect and glaze them in bright colours so that they really make a statement
FLOWERS AND SEEDHEADS AS GARDEN SCULPTURES • Stand these flowers and seedheads on poles in your borders to add a little extra colour and structure. They will look particularly cheerful in the dark days of winter
The Accidental Studio
DECORATIVE WALL TILE • This project shows you how to use the decorative tile mould made in Issue 66, using the techniques of press moulding from a slab and/or slip casting, then glazing
INDOOR WATERING CAN • This cute watering can was inspired by one of a similar shape made from metal. We’re not sure what animal it is – part aardvark, part mouse – a fantasy creature? You can change the features to make your own animal form
PRINTING WITH PAPERS AND WOOD BLOCKS • This surface decoration technique gives great scope for developing a signature style. Have a play to see what you can create
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