By Sloan on September 1, 2011
Some ruffled snowman trays in kiln. Our snowman plates, platters, mugs and dinnerware is our Snoware™ line.
By Sloan on October 7, 2010
Some super snowman plates from or Wacky style Snoware™ collection mom and Michele recently finished.
By Sloan on July 29, 2010
lots of snowman plates from our snoware collection in today’s kiln opening photos.
By Sloan on July 15, 2010
I could not wait to show off these super cute snowman platters from our Wacky Snoware collection that Mom and Sis painted. Hard to tell what the colors will be as they sit before I start glazing but I know they are going to be fun and I just had to share. I’m off to […]
By Sloan on July 14, 2010
Well it’s mid July that means it’s time to start painting snowman ceramics again. Ha, like we ever stop. Well we are getting busy again on them and the latest kiln opening photos shows some snowman plates, platter and a divided tray from our Snoware collection.
By Sloan on February 25, 2010
Some colorful Wacky snoware snowman plates in kiln opening today. Couple of personalized custom pieces too.
By Sloan on February 20, 2010
It’s cold and snowing here in Colorado and that means it’s cold out by the kilns. Basically that means I only took two photos of the kiln before I ran back to computer to post. Some traditional colored snoware snowman plates in kiln. Little round and dinner size. There are more photos to come when […]
By Sloan on July 10, 2009
Lots of our snowman ceramic platters, plates, bowls, mini dippers, chip and dips and some of the supersize humongous snowman cups from our snoware collection in these kiln opening photos. Some of our new flourish line also.
By Sloan on March 18, 2009
By Sloan on November 8, 2008
S-310 is our smaller sized bread platter. 17.75″ long and 5.5″ wide. Not just a bread platter but that’s just what we call it. This is a signed – tt and myc, expressly yours 2008 studio piece. The platter has “if we should live to 103 best friends we’ll always be”- Sold
By Sloan on October 8, 2008
Our Latest kiln opening at Expressly Yours Colorado studio. Click images for larger photos
By Sloan on September 17, 2008