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!
The weather is warming up and so is your creativity! We have been blown away by the ceramic pieces that you’ve created and wish that we could’ve added even more pieces to Core Creators this month!
Let’s take a look at all of your unique and beautiful ceramics from March!
@emilychristineceramics took her time crafting these rustic wildflower mugs, and it paid off. They are stunning!
Spring colors are taking over ceramics this month! @charityhofert used underglaze techniques, stamping and carving to get these ready for their first firing in the kiln!
@poiesisceramics said that using DiamondCore Tools is a game changer, and we agree. We love knowing our tools helped create the texture on this mug!
This bright and bold sgraffito flower mug is ready for the sunshine! Thanks for sharing @rad_pottery!
A tiny bud vase for tiny, blooming flowers. We love this, @karenpotter79!
@cheriecullerceramics did outstanding work carving this bowl with our DiamondCore Tools!
The sunlight catching the gold accents in the glaze has us entranced! These are the perfect planters for spring, @mermudstudio!
@foxgrapeceramics is enjoying the weather and carving a cute little cup!
Bees are buzzing, birds are singing and plants are starting to bloom. Thanks for sharing all of these new designs with us, @fivelinesdesigns!
@ambersceramics was finally able to glaze this piece two years later after lockdown. We are so glad that this piece was found again and able to be finalized!
This mug is giving us all of the spring vibes as it sits in the middle of fresh flowers and potted plants. @passionateartsandcrafts, thank you for sharing!!