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Fundraiser 'Hope for Ukraine' Rainbow Coaster

Hoorah! My ‘Hope for Ukraine’ rainbow coasters are available to order again 💙💛

As the crisis in Ukraine continues to escalate, I would like to reopen sales to try and raise as much money as possible for the @disastersemergencycommittee Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal 🌈

If you missed out last time and would like to order an especially designed hand painted ceramic coaster AND support this very worthy cause, you can find all the links in my bio.

Each coaster costs £12 and £6 of this will go directly to the DEC. Postage is £3, if required, or local collection can be arranged from Bottesford NG13.

To order via Folksy follow the link below:

https://folksy.com/items/7919502--Hope-for-Ukraine-Ceramic-Rainbow-Coaster

So far, with Gift Aid included, I have been able to donate £307.75, I’d love to try and raise £400 🙏🏻

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Baby Hand & Footprint Pottery, how I’ve missed you!

Since the slight easing of lockdown rules in April it’s been wonderful to restart face to face baby hand and footprint pottery. Perfect timing for all of those new babies, born over the last year, to create special memories. 

Father’s Day has probably been the main reason for personalising pottery. Although to be fair anything goes, so bauble season has started super early this year! 
 
I absolutely love creating personalised ceramic keepsakes. It is probably my favourite make. No two pieces are ever the same as each and every print is completely unique.
 
I’d love to share a few pieces that have been gifted for Father’s Day this year:
 
 


 
Happy Father’s Day to all the Daddy’s, Step Dad's, Grandad’s, Grandpa’s, Pops’, Uncle’s, Brothers and father figures out there. I hope if you’ve received a personalised Utterly Pottery gift this year that it brings as much joy as it did for me to make it.
 
Have a lovely day and thank you for reading, Lucy
 
 

March Meet the Maker - Week 4

Week four already! I'm sure lockdown is causing some sort of time warp. Days seem to fly by yet nothing happens. Here is a recap on the March Meet the Maker challenge this week. Challenging organised by Joanne Hawker.

Day 22 - Hands On

Such a satisfying job to band stripes of colour especially with a contrast like this rich navy underglaze on to a white plate. Keeping the plate spinning and the brush loaded is a bit like patting your head and rubbing your tummy.

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