Posted on April 12, 2019
Boo! The rain sure rained on this parade! Due to impending bad weather, this Saturday’s DFW Pagan Unity Fest has been POSTPONED until Saturday, May 18. Don’t worry, Faerie Hive will still be there with cauldron mugs, crystal tumblers, and faerie houses!
For more information, check out DFW Pagan Unity Fest’s Website.
Posted on April 3, 2019
Oh how I love me some pagan events! I will be at DFW Pagan Unity Fest on Saturday, April 13th from 10am – 6pm. My table will be chock full of cauldron mugs, shroom incense holders, and flower dishes! I hope to see you there~
For more info, visit DFW Pagan Unity Fest’s Website
Posted on March 13, 2019
Ah! Downtown Plano! What a pleasant way to begin Spring than with a cute lil’ Market? I will be at the Spring Fling in Downtown Plano on March 24th from 11:00am-5:00pm. If the rain this week doesn’t slow my clay drying too much, I will have some new mugs, dishes, and even some incense holders! See you there!
Posted on February 8, 2019
Whoop whoop! First event of the year and I’m so excited! Join me Saturday, March 2nd for the Texas Metaphysical and Paranormal Unity Fest in Dallas, Texas. I’m (literally) cooking up a batch of fresh magickal pottery and goodies.
Posted on January 25, 2019
I’ve been so quiet, and not posting much pottery! January has been my time to take inventory, organize the studio, and pursue other activities that are completely different from pottery. This month’s project? Using Adafruit’s instructions, I built a mini Internet of Things Printer! Of course, I don’t like to follow instructions perfectly so while it will talk to the Internet and print out tweets, it also will print out little fortune tickets.
If I’m at a show that has electricity, you bet that I’ll have my little Fortune Witch at my booth. Push the button, and poof! You’ll get a fortune ticket.
I actually really enjoy side projects like this; it’s a mind shift. My brain thinks in a different manner when I’m designing precisely, and working on programming, no matter how simple it may be. If you’ve no inclination to follow the link to Adafruit, this project is powered by a Raspberry Pi 3 B+ micro computer. The colored paper I hunted down online, specifically from Internet-connected “memo printers” that inspired me to embark upon this project. Why buy a nifty gadget when I can make one with MY graphics in hot pink translucent plastic? Both my wallet and desire to make things can’t find a reason to.
My hands will be back in mud soon enough; Springtime is just around the corner!