Let’s Celebrate America

Week of June 26th to July 1st 

Sun June 26th & Thurs June 30th @ 1:00
Mon June 27th, Thurs June 30th, Fri July 1st @ 6:30

Please note that this workshop was rescheduled
from the dates on the original workshop poster.

We picked up three NEW molds at Weaver’s that we are pouring for this workshop:

The first is an Historic Flags of the U.S. plate.  The flags are around the rim of the plate and this can be a utility piece if done in underglazes. It will make a nice serving plate for your holiday picnic.

The next is a bicentennial plate of the historic fife and drum picture. The years 1776-1976 are on the bottom.  Even though we are way past the bicentennial, this is a lovely tribute to hang on your wall. Beautiful if done in acrylic stains. Or you could use other techniques.  However, the nature of the piece does not lend it to be used for serving food (open back, raised design).

Last, is a Liberty Bell plate. It is a large plain bell that could be decorated as a Christmas bell but we are doing ours as a Liberty Bell for the Fourth of July. Again, utility pieces need to be done in underglazes.  This piece will make a nice serving dish.

So besides getting the clowns ready for my BIRTHDAY PARTY this Sunday, I have started to paint the samples for Celebrate America.  We will try to have a few of each on the shelf but you should order what you want just to make sure it is available. Make sure to make a reservation for the time that best suits your schedule. Kids can come, too!

Carousel Creations
Where Having FUN is Why We Come!

Make sure to  put Celebrate America Week on your calendar.
If the picnic is not at your house, you can make a nice hostess gift.

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