Making my day that much better…

I absolutely adore hearing back from customers and this week, two lovely ladies got in contact with me – with photos! Using her Jane Austen mug for the very first time…. “I love it so much Rach! It’s by far the best tea vessel I’ve ever used. Thank you!” This particular mug was purchased while…… Continue reading Making my day that much better…

Potter’s translation of a long weekend…

STUDIO WEEKEND!  This long weekend (Queen’s birthday) didn’t go entirely to plan. We were meant to head to my Uncle’s farm and spend some time helping out. Thursday’s kiln opening put a spanner into that plan….. For whatever reason, the soak cycle didn’t cut off and the result was blistered and bubbled wares! If there is…… Continue reading Potter’s translation of a long weekend…

One of those weeks…

That phrase ‘one of those weeks’ has always intrigued me. For some people, it instantly conjures up a week where everything has gone wrong. Or at least not gone to plan. For others, it just another week. Nothing exciting. Nothing bad. Simply nothing out of the ordinary. For me, if I describe my week as…… Continue reading One of those weeks…

Snapped in the Redcliffe Herald

With a big thanks to Kaye for pointing this photo out… One of my heart beakers and I were photographed at last month’s Handmade Redcliffe!  My stall neighbours Rob and Liz from Hatchlings Cloth Nappies (sidenote: they make the cutest kids hats as well) and Indulgence at Shorncliffe’s Catrina Pritchard were also included in the…… Continue reading Snapped in the Redcliffe Herald

Catch up with studio happenings…

I realised yesterday, that I’ve been quite quiet here on the blog. There’s been *LOTS* happening, and I just haven’t made it to the computer to share it here. The fb & instagram pages have been updated – isn’t it just so easy with the camera and apps to shoot up a quick photo?! Still, I…… Continue reading Catch up with studio happenings…

Smile, its camera time!

Generally speaking, I quite enjoy taking photos… … just ask my mates how annoying I can be with a camera. There are thousands of happy snaps that documented my uni residence days and nights. And probably a good hundred photos of my friends with that ‘no. not another photo Rachel. serious. turn that camera off’…… Continue reading Smile, its camera time!