Projects, tutorials, musings, random adventures, and February-make-a-thing-a-day archives.

This blog stretches back to years before I discovered Facebook – so it stretches from homeschooling small children to setting up a teaching studio, with lots of clay and camper and house projects and the occasional soapbox musings. I just figure out how to make searchable categories, so there’s that. Let me know if you have questions or suggestions!

Gelatin printing for people who 1) have no idea what it is, 2) need to relax about making mistakes, and 3) don’t want to spend a bunch of money.

PART ONE: HOW TO MAKE AND BUY THE STUFF YOU NEED The first thing to do if you want to explore a new medium, is go to a big box craft store and spend a hundred bucks on supplies. Then sign up for a class at the store, in which they will sell you moreContinue reading “Gelatin printing for people who 1) have no idea what it is, 2) need to relax about making mistakes, and 3) don’t want to spend a bunch of money.”

Obligatory and Apologetic Self Promotion: My Etsy shop.

Years ago, I sold a “niche market” pot to granola types and had an Etsy shop. Then it gathered cobwebs for a decade or so. Now that Pandemic and studio closure have thrown my focus onto making jewelry (which I call “dangly bits” because I consider myself hilarious) – I am relearning the world ofContinue reading “Obligatory and Apologetic Self Promotion: My Etsy shop.”

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