It's never too early to plan for Christmas and the holidays! Making a loved one an ornament with stamps is a great and unique idea! Plus, personalize your ornament on the back so when you use it 20 years from now, you remember when you did it! You can apply stamps to many pieces of pottery.
Learn how to paint your own pottery and ceramics at Polka Dot Pots! We are located in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, Smoky Mountains, Tennessee, and Poconos, Pennsylvania. We'll teach you techniques that are so easy, anyone can create a masterpiece!
My favorite ornament … a 6 inch, hand made stocking from 3rd grade. My mother bought plaid material and sewed one for every kid in my class … put their name on it in glitter … and stuck a candy cane in each one. Every once in a while, she runs into some of my old classmates and they tell her how they still have those stockings and put it on the tree every year. Makes her whole day!! ha
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YOU!!
My favorite ornament is a cork and curly ribbon to remind us of our wonderful trip to Fisherman’s Warf in San Francisco 14 years ago!
Wow…tough question!! Too many favorite ornaments to pick just one!! :-)
My favorite ornament is the one with our first family picture together after we adopted Briana. Our family was complete! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all our friends at Polka Dot Pots! Miss you guys! Pam :)
My mom owns a company that makes brass ornaments, so we have tons of those from all over the world :)
Awesome that an ornament can provide memories for more than a decade!
Come on, Kel!
That’s really special
Congrats, Ashley P! You won the ornaments we painted in our last video! We will email you to get your address.
my favorite ornament is a light bulb made to look like a reindeer! I made it in 4th grade.
Yeah, it’s just amazing to hear all these stories about how long ornaments have been with families. My mom recently gave me some ornaments that I made in grade school as well!
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The effect of going from light to dark colors is called "ombre." It looks great and is super easy! You can apply the ombre effect to many pieces of pottery, and you can use all kinds of colors (we have so many different shades of pink in our studios, it's not even funny)! My favorite alternate title for this video blog is: Four Shades of Purple!
Learn how to paint this gorgeous and functional ceramic spoon rest in 4 easy steps! It is simple to add stickers to personalize your spoon rest and add multiple layers of colorful dots.
July 14, 2017
That was the greatest special guest ever!!!