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  • Sherri Hubbard

    (Alphabet pasta) fine mess pottery - A Potters Life

  • December Ensminger

    Alphabet pasta pressed into wet clay (for quotes, names, pottery, etc.) Burns out during first firing. Could be a cool way to tie into poetry lesson... CAN YOU REALLY DO THIS????

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She presses the alphabet pasta into the moist clay. And burns them out in the bisque firing

  • Theresa Carriero

    This is my first time on pinterest and I must say, this is the coolest idea - every! I'm also a new potter. Did it create any issues or concerns for the kiln that I should know about?

My House is a Very Fine House by jburns711, via Flickr

2 Pinch Pot Fish: Learning Goal: Organic Form - not sure what these are but I really like them!

  • Susan Howard

    I have seen these in person at Oregon Ceramic Show! They are so cute hanging from the ceiling and sitting on a shelf --- excellent creative work

  • Christina Veale-Sheehan

    I fell in love with these pieces of happiness. I saw them @clayfolks exhibit in Oregon. Excellent work

  • Beverly Curtis

    These are so fun! I have a few at home and they always make me happy.

Organize alphabet noodles for pressing the letters into clay. The noodles burn away in the kiln.

Birdy vase by Janet Burns. This would be an excellent 2nd or 3rd grade project.

clever idea. press letter pasta into raw clay. Can write any message you like

hare in wet clay just sculpted by Joe lawrence art work, via Flickr

DIY - Garden Markers. Tip not mentioned in the article but to get even height throughout the clay then use 2 sticks on each side of the rolling pin to maintain rolling depth. See this Poppytalk blog post for a demo: poppytalk.blogspo...

Heidi Soos -Highland Fairy on Flickr - lots of nice pieces if you click onto the picture above

clay tree ornament..have students use a cookie cutter to make shape, press on bottom of shoe to make texture, add star and balls of clay for decoration!

How to Carve Low-Relief Surface Designs into Wet Clay