OMG I am getting

United States
October 14, 2008 1:24pm CST
A friend and I am getting a huge load of molds given to us this saturday! These are ceramic olds and it is a shed full and a room in the house full! We just have to go load them up and they are ours!
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• Canada
14 Oct 08
Oh wow, that is so cool!!! Do you have a kiln? I love slip casting, and then painting them all after. I did that in ceramics class at school, and I made some really really awsome stuff. I miss that class, I miss the stuff that was available, I miss the kiln. I would love to be able to do that again. I'm telmpted to show up at your place and help you use the molds. tehehe
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• United States
14 Oct 08
I do own my own kiln. I already own over 100 molds so this is going to be so sweet!!!! I am going to have tons of choices to play with!!!!
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@GardenGerty (88933)
• Marion, Kansas
16 Oct 08
Hey, Leah, I will meet you at her house, and we can help her move and christen a few of her molds for her. I just relocated a really neat dry brushed flower pot to repot something in to bring it in.
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• United States
14 Oct 08
Bahahahahaha. Normally getting a huge load of mold would be a bad thing. In this case, congratulations. You are going to be busy.
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@JoyfulOne (6243)
• United States
14 Oct 08
Ooooooo...lucky you!! Could you imagine what it must have cost them to buy all those molds new?! I did ceramics for years, until my friend that had a ceramics shop passed away and it closed. (Then I had no access to a kiln at all!) I just got out all the ceramic Halloween stuff I made back then. Geez, I miss that~~ Have fun looking through your 'new' molds! You'll have to show us some of the stuff you've done!
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• United States
14 Oct 08
I have my own kiln. I love doing ceramics.
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@GardenGerty (88933)
• Marion, Kansas
16 Oct 08
Have you ever considered opening a shop where people can come paint their own ceramics? I used to do that for many years ( go to a shop, not own one). We have a shop downtown that you can do that as well. If it is glaze work, they fire it for you. You could offer green ware or bisque. Probably bisque would be best at first. Have a great time.
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