I can’t quite believe its December already! What a rollercoaster of a year! I think I have felt every emotion going, probably much like everyone else.
Although this year has been worrying at times, I am delighted to say I have been overwhelmed by your continuous support. I would like to thank you all very much for sticking by me, and purchasing my pottery to keep my small business going. I am hugely grateful. I feel very fortunate to be in this position and know this year has been tough for so many people. I think it would be nice to do something good this Christmas, so I’m having a Raffle! If you missed out on a Leopard Print Mug, here is your chance to win, not one, but two! All the money raised from the Christmas raffle will be donated to an excellent cause, Social Bite, a charity that helps homeless people across the UK. Please see ticket for full details. You can buy more than one ticket, which will obviously raise more money and increase your chance of winning the mugs! (RAFFLE NOW CLOSED)
As you can see I have made a few changes to the website, it is constantly evolving! You may have noticed the Shallow Bowls and Big Mugs are finally here! About time, I know! The Grey & Gold mugs sold out so quickly, so the past 2 weeks have been spent in a very cold workshop trying to get some more made. I really hope they will be ready in time for last post before Christmas (which, might I add is Friday 18th December. If you are planning on doing some Christmas shopping, please place your order by 6pm on Thursday 17th so I have time to wrap them!) I will announce on Social Media when the Grey & Gold Mugs are back in stock, so if you are after one, please keep your eyes peeled! Also, a new addition to the Grey & Gold Range is Breakfast Bowls and Small Breakfast Bowls. I love them!
I often get asked if I teach, I don’t, but I can definitely point you in the right direction! The website now has a Pottery Classes section. Obviously there will not be any classes running at the moment, but in the future, when we can look forward to doing fun things again, I thought I would make it easy for you to find a class so you can feed your creative desire and support the potters who missed out on teaching this year.
It’s not long to go now before I finish up for Christmas and have a good rest. I am staying in Scotland this year for the first time ever, I really hope it snows! I have a few knitting projects and a jigsaw waiting patiently for my attention but I’m already really excited to get back to work in January as I have a long list of experiments and ideas that I cannot wait to start working on!
From Tea with Jud HQ, Albert and I wish you a very happy festive season.
See you next year,