Tag Archive: yellow


Spring. It’ s that time of the year when between rainstorms, sun and wind… flowers start to bloom and the days are longer. Spring! I am always a bit surprised when nature wakes up. After months of greyness and cold,… (READ MORE)

Doodles, Doodles*Thought

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Necklaces part 2

To round up the posts over necklaces, here are some photographs of some more necklaces that will be coming with me to the first edition of Supermarket in Maastricht, The Netherlands,  next March 29th (that is next sunday!!). Different styles,… (READ MORE)


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and a REDs BOX–Lots4Less

Cheese name right, LOTS4LESS! 🙂 But it’ s true! And you are getting a whole lot of goodies for your money. This box is comprised of espresso cups and spoons, bonbon flowers for candy, small plates and even a spoon… (READ MORE)


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Summer fun

Just having some fun with the doodles! [CLICK for a large view]      


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Outlet season

Hopefully in a few days I will have enough pics edited to start uploading some new items in my etsy shop. I will call this the outlet season: here are excellent pieces, nothing wrong with them… but I need to… (READ MORE)


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Bubbling spoons

I keep investigating the contrast between matte and shiny surfaces with clay. These two spoons have the roughness of clay and the bubbly accidental design of heated glazing.   Sigo investigando el contraste y dualidad de superficies mate u opacas… (READ MORE)


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5 pieces….     bright colours…   form a flower on your table…    


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Pastels in porcelain

  Sometime ago I learnt in a workshop with Mitsy from Artmind, how to colour porcelain with pigments. It was a great super relaxed workshop. Great value for money really… I love when you go to a workshop and everything… (READ MORE)


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that’s red!

Well, the pot of weld full of cotton, bamboo, wool and fabrics; completely disappointed me. Only pale yellows, almost imperceptible.  I had dyed before with weld and the result was a furiously bright yellow: That was silk cap on wool…. (READ MORE)

Dyeing, Fibre Art

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Flickr Favorites Tuesday: Vibrant edibles

Flickr Favorites Tuesday: Vibrant edibles, originally uploaded by Marian Florcita. Such vibrant colors and perfect shapes. Natural inspiration. All the credit to the photographers who took these pics. Click on the mosaic for a larger view and data. Click here… (READ MORE)


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Studio progress

spring, originally uploaded by Marian Florcita. Mr Husband keeps working hard on the studio and here you can find a rather funny account of the work until today. It’s sunny today, although not really warm yet, but I’m off to… (READ MORE)


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