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We're back after a winter hiatus for retooling. HandbuildersMonthly.com has a new format and exciting new premium and free content. Drop in, browse. Subscribe!

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If you love to draw or paint on clay surfaces, research tattoo history and art. Perfect translation to clay. If you live in Chicago, Field Museum has an ongoing exhibit about tattoo art history
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Well, if you work with clay or ceramics, making pottery or other art, HandbuildersMonthly.com has some great discount offers for you on surface decorating materials. When you have a moment today, check out our latest offer for a healthy discount on fireable waterslide decals! Use this link! http://handbuildersmonthly.com/handbuilding-resources-treasures/

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We discovered an incredible blue grass musician who is equally as talented when making sculptures in his ceramics studio. Meet Tony Furtado, unbelieveable Rennaisance guy. In our Sept issue. http://handbuildersmonthly.com/september-2016/

We're putting together the Sept issue of HandbuildersMonthly.com for you. You'll get a perfect recipe for a perfect process that makes repeating a vessel you like very easy. We have an interview with a well-known music star who is also a ceramic sculptor. Learn how to create a beautiful goblet. Soda fire special! Subscribe right now and don't miss a word! Or a picture.

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Happy August, #pottery fans! We just published our latest issue packed full of everything from jobs in the field of ceramics to an explanation of to wedge or not to wedge. Join us! You'll learn more about handbuilding pots than you can shake a stick at! http://handbuildersmonthly.com/august-2016/

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Here's a pretty good recipe for clay slip—with a secret ingredient.
https://ravenhillpottery.com/2014/03/06/making-slip/

#Ceramics You have to read HandbuildersMonthly.com new issue for July. Fire pots on the grill. Learn ModPodge resist. Preserve antique lace in clay work. Water etching! Meet potter Gary Carstens. What do pottery and Nicaragua have in common with Potters for Peace? http://handbuildersmonthly.com

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Ceramic artist Terry Cervantes has a brilliant idea. She makes lovely little cups for wedding favors. Personalized. Read about it in our free blog section of Handbuilders Monthly. http://handbuildersmonthly.com/make-clay-wedding-favors/

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Here's work from a potter who is helping me with an article for the July HandbuildersMonthly.com — I love the organic character of her rock bowls and containers. Visit her website to see her amazing rock poo;s that actually look like little lagoons.
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