By myc on August 7, 2008
They have scampered out of the kiln, stacked themselves neatly and are awaiting to be glazed. You lovely cat people out there, the finished ceramic cat buttons are coming in a couple of days, waiting to be used in all of your creative endeavors. Thank you for your patience. michele
By myc on July 19, 2008
When there is great texture on these buttons, it means there are deep cuts into the top of the clay. It looks pretty, but if the button’s depth is too shallow, it means there are stress points that can snap it in half. I’m a wee bit clumsy; I break things. Bubba wasn’t kidding: I […]
By myc on July 17, 2008
Playing around with a new post gallery feature and used some new sets posted this week in our online store. Visit the store to see these and more ceramic buttons and embellishment cards.
By myc on July 16, 2008
Newly made puppy buttons, getting their first firing at about 1987 degrees Fahrenheit. They will take 8.5 hours to fire, and one full day after that to cool down. Then they will be glazed in white and black glazes, and be shiny and beautiful, awaiting exciting applications on joyful creations. In the same kiln load […]
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By myc on July 14, 2008
Single ceramic buttons being temporarily and cutely attached to cards getting ready for the International Quilt Festival, Long Beach. We will be at booth #1656. If you stop by, mention this post and receive a free button.