DiamondCore® Tools Core Creators - January 2022

Editor’s Note: We love seeing all the amazing things people create using DiamondCore® Tools! Your work inspires us — and we think it’ll inspire others too! That’s why we started this blog series called Core Creators. We’ll be highlighting some of the stunning ceramic projects and designs created using our pottery tools that have caught our eye on social media and beyond. If you’d like your work considered in the coming months, leave a comment below or tag @diamondcoretools on Instagram! We watch the #diamondcoretools hashtag too!

Throughout 2021 we saw some amazing pieces that you created. From mugs, plates, vases and more, we were stunned by it all! Now that we’re in the new year, we’re excited to see your newly finished ceramic pieces and are sure that you’re looking forward to some inspiration from your fellow artists as well. Welcome to Core Creators 2022!

If you’re going to have miscellaneous items lying around this year, at least keep them in a cute dish! @pugetsoundpottery has you covered.

Don’t worry about mistakes this year! DiamondCore® Tools has you covered with our Grinding Discs. Thanks @ginger.and.jazzy for the 5-star rating

@dirty_paws_pottery has us wishing that all mason jars looked like this now.

This large, clay bowl being carved by @sunfishstudio is carved to mimic the texture of a seashell!

@emilychristineceramics explains how she uses our T1 and T2 Trimming Tools to make her work easier. We are happy to hear your review on the tools that you can’t live without!

Loving these underglaze color combinations! @angeliquemceramics adds finishing touches to these pieces using our DiamondCore® carving tools.

We were already stunned by the outside of this mug, but then saw the little detail added to the inside and was blown away! @spinning.glory used our P1 Curved V Tip Carving Tool to finalize this ceramic art.

@teach.in.art so you’re saying that anyone can benefit from our tools?! We love to hear that.

@pattertatter spent hours on each piece that completed this breakfast/dessert set. Hoping that you can reproduce this effect!

Handmade takes time and patience from both the artist and the person purchasing their work. @bluevioletpottery walks you through the steps that the piece has to go through before it can land in your hands!

Loving the deep grooves of this piece! @mogrizzles keep up the excellent work!

@bearpawttry used DiamondCore® Tools to carve out this adorable hedgehog from the clay.

Are you working on any spring-inspired pieces? Share them with us! Send us a link to check out your work in the comments below or on Facebook or Instagram!

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