DiamondCore Tools Core Creators - October 2021
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!
Fall is in full swing, and we are loving the seasonal ceramic pieces that you have been working on and sharing with us. Here are a few of our favorites for the month!
@meganleighpottery created this beautiful fall bowl to hold decorative pumpkins for the season!
@merakidesigned is celebrating nine months as a full-time potter, and this adorable carved pumpkin mug shows off her talent!
@garage.clay is putting our P2 Curved U Tip Carving Tool to work! We love seeing how our tools make carving easy for you.
Mushroom platter anyone? @mariastonestudio created this piece with close attention to detail.
Are you ready for Halloween? @eri_artistically_foolish sure is. Plus, we agree, the hands were an amazing addition!
If you are needing a second to slow down and relax, let @moreliving.ceramics help you out. After all, fall is about being cozy and taking time for yourself.
Want to go to a haunted house this season but are too frightened? @nightshadeceramics made some mugs that are a little less scary.
Spooky cityscape ceramics for the holiday season! @welltraveledwares, thank you for sharing your process with us.
These ceramic pieces are so organically beautiful and truly show the coziness of the fall season. We also love to see the collection of DiamondCore Tools that @river.ceramics has lying next to them!
@sarahbethpottery uses a combination of styles and techniques to get the final design that she is hoping for. We love the final look!
DiamondCore Tools don’t have to be for just pottery this season. @peter_buruschkin_designs used our tools to carve a 250-pound pumpkin! What could you carve your next pumpkin into?