This Saturday, May 2, come on out for my Annual Open House and Seconds Sale.
Once again I have asked my friend Raquel, of Raquel’s Creative Cakes, to bake up something yummy, so you will not want to miss it!
There will be other food to nibble on, people to chat with, pots to look at and hopefully purchase. REMINDER: Mother’s Day is the following weekend!!!
Older work – Blue, Green and White Jars from 2010
For those that prefer my more quiet side, I will be selling my older work at 20% off. That is all the blue, green and white ware. There are some really nice pots in this color scheme still left!
Also, don’t forget this is the one time I bring out my not-so-perfect pots (2nds) so you can grab some functional yet blemished pottery at some really great prices!
New work and great gift – soap dishes!
And for those of you that want to give back, I plan to donate 10% of all sales on Saturday to the Swain County United Gift Fund (UGF). 100% of the donations to the UGF go to Swain County non-profits. I know there is need all over the world, especially in Nepal right now, but there is an amazing amount of need right here in our county and I want to help. Please help me make a difference!
Join me for refreshments and shop for Mother’s Day gifts!
Cake by Raquel’s Cakes (need I say more?).
This is when I bring out my not-so-perfect pots (2nds) so you can grab some functional yet blemished pottery at some really great prices!
Better still, I will be selling my older work at 20% off. That is all the blue, green and white ware. Come and get some ORIGINAL, UNIQUE, HANDMADE pottery! Stock up on gifts for the holidays, future weddings, etc.
There is still time!
Time to register for a week-long class with me at the
Pincu Pottery, in its current location, is One Year Old! Yipee! Cake by Home Sweet Home Delights in Bryson City, NC.
Sunday, May 1st, I invited guests to celebrate with me for Pincu Pottery’s 1st birthday. It was an incredible day!
My parents, Dan and Gloria, helped tremendously by purchasing a few much needed items in the big city of Asheville, where they live. Turns out the printer ink I use isn’t sold in Bryson City. Also, they bought food and other supplies. Both my parents and husband, Jeff, were there the entire day, helping to re-fill empty food trays, talk to folks and ring up purchases. They are incredibly supportive and I really appreciate their help and support!!!
More friends and students from Southwestern Community College showed up to celebrate than I expected, which was a sweet surprise. Thank you all! I was honored to have Laurie-Faye Long, accomplished potter, visit. She even bought something!
I posted a slideshow on my Facebook account; but for those of you not on Facebook, here is a small group of photos taken from Sunday’s Pottery Studio Birthday Party:
Maybe next week I will talk a bit about what it took to put this event together and the things I will try to do better next year. One thing I know I will do better is follow through on the door prizes! This year I just completely forgot! I have been overwhelmed preparing for this event as well as a fund raiser next weekend – and that door prize/raffle idea just got lost. So… if you did attend the party and want your ‘door prize,’ comment on this post!