Planters, Vases, Dishes and More, Without a Pottery Studio!
You’ll be amazed by what you can create with polymer and air-dry clay. These affordable, easy-to-find clays present endless possibilities for artisan-quality home decor and gifts. Francesca Stone, creator of the decor blog Fall For DIY, presents simple step-by-step techniques for shaping and decorating clay with just a few household tools. All final pieces can be air-dried or baked in a standard home oven. Featuring a gorgeous, modern palette of natural colors, these projects are deceptively easy and effortlessly chic.
Personalize your home with practical and beautiful items like the Terra-Cotta Jewelry Dish, Hanging Herb Garden Planter and Salt-and-Pepper Pinch Pot. Get creative with color and geometric shapes in home accents such as the Color-Block Photo Holder and Abstract Floral Block Platter. This book is the perfect primer to start making beautiful clay pieces at home and get that handmade ceramic look without the expenses and challenges of traditional pottery.
About the Author
Francesca Stone is the creator of the blog Fall For DIY. Her work has been featured in print and online publications including Elle Decoration, Design*Sponge, Mollie Makes, Domino and Apartment Therapy. She lives in Birmingham, England.
“This is a beautiful book, full of inspirational projects for the home that prove you don’t need a kiln, a potter’s wheel or hours of practice to create stunning pottery. Fran has filled this book to the brim with modern and creative ideas.”
—Teri Muncey, creator of The Lovely Drawer
“This book is filled with page after page of cleverly constructed projects that take the simplest of materials to the next level. I would happily display (and make) any one of these projects for my home.”
—Brittni Mehlhoff, founder of Paper and Stitch
“An absolute bookshelf must-have for any creative!”
—Rachel Mae Smith, creator of The Crafted Life and author of Hello Color