13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CCCLXVI)
1. The inventor of modern butter sculpture Caroline Shawk couldn't afford marble, so she started making butter sculptures to raise money at local fairs. Her butter sculpture became a runaway hit at Centennial exhibition, which allowed her to open her own studio and work with marble.
Moreoli. Украшения из керамики on Instagram: “Эх 2. #moreoli #ceramic #handmade #брошь #brooch #broochhandmade #ceramicbrooch #byu #керамика #leafs #ручнаяработа #мореоли #colorfull…”
322 Likes, 4 Comments - Moreoli. Украшения из керамики (@moreoli.store) on Instagram: “Эх 2. #moreoli #ceramic #handmade #брошь #brooch #broochhandmade #ceramicbrooch #byu #керамика…”
Pins and Puppets by Georgie Ellen McAusland
Georgie Ellen McAusland uses clay and wood to create whimsical characters that you can put up on the wall and pin onto your favorite clothes.
naoki ami on Instagram: “先日西荻窪のギャラリー蚕室さん@san_shitsu で購入した笠間の陶芸家馬目さん@manome_studio のプレート。 本来食器ですがディスプレイに使わせていただいたら額縁のようになって素敵では、と思ってやはりいい感じ。…”
128 Likes, 0 Comments - naoki ami (@uruririami) on Instagram: “先日西荻窪のギャラリー蚕室さん@san_shitsu で購入した笠間の陶芸家馬目さん@manome_studio のプレート。…”
Miscellaneous Group of Bakelite and Celluloid Rings for Sale at Auction on Tue, 12/11/2001 - 07:00 - Barbie Dolls / Bakelite | Doyle Auction House
Lot 495 part of the Barbie Dolls / Bakelite Auction at Doyle. Approximately twelve pieces.
Super unique handmade ceramic summer swimming theme magnets by Artist Junty
These adorable and unique swimming cuties magnets are handmade by Junty who is a very talented ceramic artist which has her own workshop in the most famous ceramic town in China - Jingdezhen. She gains her creative inspiration from her beautiful daily life, that is why each of her production is so sweet and unique. You won't find such beautiful artwork anywhere else. There are some Limited/Special Edition swimming cuties in the other listing below with the same price…
Timbuktu earrings polymer clay
Lots of faux bone going around-- here's my version. I like long earrings! For more on my process, visit my blog at: storiestheytell.blogspot.com