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Hello Cooler Weather and now, lets all go back to the classroom! Continue reading
Hello Cooler Weather and now, lets all go back to the classroom! Continue reading →
Whoa… it’s May. Can you even? I can’t decide if this year is speeding by or feels glacially slow. I suppose it depends on the day. I know all you potters out there have been eagerly anticipating the May newsletter to discover what goodies we have on sale for you. Continue reading →
With Mother’s Day on the horizon, many Denver/Boulder/Fort Collins potters plan a Spring Pottery Sale. This is a great time to get out to Colorado’s best cities, meet some new people, and support local artisans. As we hear about sales – from private studios to pottery guilds to street festivals, we like to update this post and let you know what’s going on. Let us know if you want your sale listed here. Continue reading →
Tis the season, much to our dismay and yours, that prices are changing. In some cases, price DECREASES are being passed along to us, but in most cases prices are going up.
Clay Humor. I love it. The memes floating around Pinterest and in various Facebook groups I belong to always make me laugh.
One of our favorite things about being a clay supplier is watching where the clay goes… what is made out of the clay, what forms and shapes it takes, how it is decorated and glazed, who buys it and where does the piece live? Continue reading →
As you may have heard, Stone Leaf is moving at the end of the summer. We’ll be announcing our plans soon… but in the mean time, we are clearing out all sorts of items from the warehouse and the store.
Hello Winter… where are you? I don’t know, but we are celebrating the season anyway. Stop by Stone Leaf Pottery this December for some great deals on glaze, equipment, porcelain, stocking stuffers, and Giffin Grips! Continue reading →
Welcome to July, everyone! Summer in Colorado is great because there are so many things to do outdoors, but at Stone Leaf Pottery we know that it is also the time to start building an inventory of pots for all those Fall and Winter markets!