Weber's Art Studio Blog — artminds

Bye Bye Summer, Sorry Teachers! New Fall Home Decor Accessories & End of Season Sale

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

Making progress with these elegant adorable pumpkins.  Sculpted, refined, dried and ready for the kiln.  While they are baking, back to the clay for some new variations.  I have Sugar Skull carvings on my mind... Be sure to subscribe and become a Studio Friend for early updates about the big end of the season sale to make room for all new products!    

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Are you making enough time for yourself to dig in?

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Happy in the studio!

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Weber's Art Blog-Clay turntable studio hack for artists and teachers.

Posted by Debbie McCollum on

Check out this inexpensive way that I added a sculptor's turntable to my work space! 1. Wood block (found in my yard) 2. Plastic lazy Susan turntable (about $8 on Amazon) Great for small ceramics, metal clay, polymer, resin, jewelry assembly, baking, etc.  Easy to clean and store away. Great for the studio, classroom, craft space, & the kitchen table.  Try it out! 

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Upcycled Painted Wood Window Project

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Can't wait to see where it goes!

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DIY Upcycled Wood Window Frame

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I started this project in my mind years ago when I told my Dad to save the old windows on my Parents' house when they had new ones installed. One day in early Spring, I was in their garage (I mean, why wouldn't I be?) and the inspiration finally hit me and I brought a few home with me. Here are the main steps I used: 1. Sand the wood frame.   First I did it by hand, then I used a palm sander. 2. Carefully break out the glass from the grid sections. Wrap the window in a towel,...

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