DiamondCore Tools Core Creators - April 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!

Spring is often called the season of growth and renewal, and we’ve seen such inspiring works of art being created lately! Here are just a few of our favorite projects...

@_ceramica_jm is a master at turning some earth into imaginative works of art! Check out those crisp lines and fun patterns!

We can’t get enough of the marbled clay look that @madebyelar is creating with this technique!

@mysticmoonceramics was inspired by Van Gogh’s Starry Night painting for this mug, and we’re inspired by this work in progress!

The floral designs on this piece from @jpr_studio have us thinking of spring! This particular piece was a bit of an experiment for the artist, what was the last piece of work you experimented on? Let us know in the comments section below!

We are here to shell-abrate this amazing mermaid vessel by @argilebylean!

Can’t you just feel the spring-vibes coming off this amazing sgraffito piece by @crockashwt?

The butterflies, flowers and gorgeous blue tones in this mug from @artbyjonnierae are so incredible!

@sedimentaria is embracing imperfection this spring, and recognizing the beauty and uniqueness in handmade art!

Spring is the perfect time to shine a spotlight on these adorable mushrooms and slugs by @grumpydwarfpottery!

These vase ladies by @carvedin_mud are just begging to be filled with spring flowers!

The Seedling Mug by @merakidesigned is giving us all the Mother’s Day feels!

Monsterra leaves and rainbows feel so perfectly spring-like! Check out these amazing mugs by @highhopesceramics!

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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