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Sgraffito (in Italian "to scratch") Technique

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

I've been a busy bee in the studio.  I wish I could get more done in a shorter period of time, but until I get a new bad-ass big kiln, this is the way it is.  After this series, I may change directions and go small... I'll be doing some brainstorming & doodling until it comes to me :) I'm finishing up with a motif set this week, and the last 4 porcelain bowls turned into 2.. oops.  Luckily they weren't fired yet so I could add them to the porcelain slip bucket.   Sgraffito (in Italian "to scratch") is a...

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30 Days of Watercolor Portraits by d.Weber on Earth Wood & Bone's studio blog.

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

The only way to get better at something is to practice, over & over & over again.  My next 30 day challenge is 30 days of watercolor portraits. I started out strong this month with doing one a night, but as I moved along, a few of them took me 1 to 3 days to complete.  Then I took a few days off for medical/rest reasons and am finding it hard to get back into the swing of it.  BUT, I will push forward and get back to it because it is such an awesome experience.  Painting/drawing/sculpting, etc., can be...

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Yay, It's Thursday! Pinterest Pins of the Week by Weber's Art Studio on Earth Wood & Bone

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

I hope you enjoy my Pins of the week, exploring favorites in DIY Accents, Drinks, Food, Yoga, Inspiration, Interior Decor, Art & Fashion.

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BLACK FRIDAY SALE by Earth Wood & Bone, 50% Off!

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

Black Friday Sale 50% Off All Earth Wood & Bone Home Decor & Gemstone Bracelets! Starts Thursday 9pm until Friday 11:59pm

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Happy Dia De Los Muertos!

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

Celebrating life and honoring the dead with Earth Wood & Bone "Celebrating The Day of the Dead has a long history in Mexican Tradition.  The Day of the dead is celebrated on November 2nd.  Sometime one hears reference to “the days of the Dead” which refers to the Days of October 31 – November 2.  October 31 is Halloween or All Hallows eve. November 1 is “el Dia de los innnocentes” or the day of the children and All Saints Day.  November second is All Souls Day or the Day of the Dead." http://www.unm.edu/~htafoya/dayofthedead.html  

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