March 29: Finishing off
We’ve nearly made it to the end of another term – one of our busiest. This week we’ll be trying to finish off any outstanding work from the past few weeks – or if you’re supr-organised, starting something new.
Last Wednesday night, there was another opportunity to see your designs on bangles. And we also got our hands on our photo-ceramic transfers for blank mugs. Here’s a few wee pictures.
Dec 7: On repeat
Wednesday night’s class offers a second chance to get your mugs and bracelets printed.
And it’s a chance to make progress on any of your unfinished work.
Remember that the theme for our next exhibition is Cairngorms so any pictures that fit in with this subject will be perfect for the big show!
Nov 30: Making mugs and jewellery
This week you can get a few Christmas present ticked off – we’re making mugs and bracelets.
For newer members, Angus will be using his special printing equipment to print pictures onto mugs.
And new for this year, he can also print onto curved metal bracelets. Each product costs £5 and the bracelets come with a lovely presentation case.
All you need to bring are some pictures to scan – or you can draw something in class. Images work best when they have a clean white background – see below for a montage of our products from last year, and an example of the bracelets.
Wednesday night was mug night. Everyone had produced some lovely illustrations and they looked fantastic on the mugs. Is that Christmas shopping taken care of??
Just a wee reminder
We’re printing on mugs and stuff tomorrow night and I’m looking forward to seeing your designs.
For those who would prefer a beer stein, there’ll be a few of those available, along with water bottles, latte mugs, and espresso cups and saucers. Get a price list by clicking here.
There might be a bit of a wait while I’m scanning and printing so bring some work to be getting on with.
Check out the picture, which shows some super-organised people who handed into their lovely drawings last week.
See you at 7pm…
Products for printing
I promised to list available products for printing in advance to keep things simple. Rather than ordering lots of wee bits and bobs I put in a large order for a small range of products. The printed cost is listed below. Pictures of the products are available on the website www.angusgrantart.com
Beer steins £8
Aluminium water bottles £7
Cups and saucers £6
Tall latte mugs £6
Yum! Coffee tastes so much better from a handmade mug when you’ve put lovely colourful glaze inside and drawn a picture of a monkey on the front of it using ceramic crayons. A few more practice goes and I’ll be ready for the ceramics workshops coming up before Christmas.