Recently i've spent too much time searching for nice terracotta ministare flower pots and wondered if you could all help and advice me where to look.
I have a few sources thanks to advice from a few mini people, but all of these bring up the same type of pot which is this one.
While i use them all the time i want a selection of styles and shapes. The type above i can use for flower/plant pots, but i can also change them into cauldrons as showing here. I just use polymer clay and shape onto the surface. I didn't sculpt the skull face, i used sculpey mould maker and took the impression from a 1:12 skull.
Ttook a while to get these right but quite happy with them now.
So i am looking for pots to fill the potting corner and various tables and small scenes. I'd like them in various sizes and shapes and i dont mind if they are not teracotta but can be adapted to look like they are.
Luckily i found these wonderful pots and saucers at Timber Ridge Studios. They are made from porcelain and the scale is spot on. They are also going to be lovely to paint how i choose. I also love these because they are so strong and will not break easily.
The lady also stocks a wide varoety of mini porcelain and ever so happy with the wonderful service she offers.
The plate and fluted bowl are beautiful and planning on using them for a halloween table.
The 3 mixing bowls are beutiful and the perfect scale for using on food prep boards too.
I have looked on ebay and other sites and have bought a few types there but i'm still looking for other styles and sizes.
Hope you can all help with site suggestions or places to buy from other than what i have so far found.
Thank you for all your lovely comments in the previous post about the dentist.
It really was good to hear im not the only one that puts off going until its really needed.
I'm back now after the iniatial check. There's lots to do and got to have just the one tooth removed, plus lots of root canal, bridges, caps and fillings. I would love to have some implants instead of bridges but its just too expensive, so bridges it will have to be.
I'm not scared of the actual chair or the drill and all those horrid tools. I have been known to sleep while in the chair so ok there. But it's after that i feel like rubbish, ever so tired and really down. I don't know why it's like that for me.
Feeling bad after is one of the reasons i have skipped going for far too long.
All my hour long sessions are booked and have been promised my two broken teeth at the front will be nice by May, so will be happy to smile in public again. I'm also happy because she was lovely and spent a lot of time with me going through all my options, which is rare because normally you are rushed through.
I have also discovered why i wasnt getting a good service going private in nhs dentists. Dont know if i can say why here, but from now on not going anywhere near any nhs dentist. Then that annoys me because for people like me with ongoing cosmetic dentistry there is not other option than to pay small fortunes on a continuous basis to private clinics. In all honestly i wish they would tell people such as myself they have no hope there, and to go private rather than like myself to say all is fine and send me packing with a broken back tooth (last time i went). Just really annoys me how the system works!