Matt & Michelle are Making

Wheel-Thrown Pottery!

In August 2018, God provided an amazing opportunity for us to get a kiln for our home at an incredible deal! His amazing provision has enabled us to begin our own pottery business from home! Within a few weeks, we purchased a pottery wheel and have been steadily using it. Matt jumped in and learned to “throw” pottery as well! Kayleigh our daughter, has also been “throwing” rice bowls and various other items. The Lord seems to be blessing this endeavor and we are grateful for the HUGE support from family and friends!


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Pottery in our SHOP!

We now selling our wheel-thrown mugs and other pottery from this website in our SHOP. If you are local to the north Austin, Cedar Park, Leander & Liberty Hill area-remember to choose “local pickup” for free delivery or pickup.

Ceramics has been a long time love of mine. In college I took several courses in ceramics and was hooked! Getting my hands dirty and the tranquility of working on the pottery wheel made me fall in love with the medium. After college, I didn’t have access to the equipment necessary for creating ceramic pieces, specifically a kiln to fire the pottery. Well blessings abound and miracles happen-thank you Lord! I’ve recently acquired my very own kiln at our home! We are now working on getting a pottery wheel for our family to use! Everyone in our family has enjoyed using the pottery wheel at my school and we hope to get one soon. Then we will start offering even more pottery!

Garden Markers

Inspired from a visit to a potter on our family vacation this past summer arose the concept of creating the ceramic garden markers. I love experimenting with texture and clay and instantly had ideas for creating the markers. Each marker is a unique design created with love and care by Michelle and the family helps out too! We had the idea of using copper stakes to hold the markers while having a sturdy yet designer look. The copper is a beautiful accent to the glaze colors! Our markers are made with food safe glazes and kiln fired making them weather resistant-perfect for outside.

4 Types of Markers I am Creating:

Herbs Markers

Handmade ceramic HERB marker plant labels: Lavender, Rosemary, Mint, Dill, Chives, Oregano, Basil, Parsley, and Thyme. Additional herbs available upon request please contact ME to put in a request.

SHOP for Herb Markers

Vegetables Markers

Handmade ceramic VEGETABLE marker plant labels: Tomatoes, Lettuce, Carrots, Zucchini, Broccoli, Peas, Bell Peppers, Jalepenos, Spinach, Beans, and Cucumber. Additional veggies available upon request please contact ME to put in a request.

SHOP for Vegetable Markers

Vegetables clay garden marker label Set

Gift Markers

Have you ever given someone a plant as a gift out of love or friendship, perhaps to encourage them? Make that plant extra special by adding a gift marker to it!

Gift markers say: Love, Joy, Peace, Trust, Hope, Faith, Family & Welcome. Additional gift markers available upon request please contact ME to put in a request.

SHOP for Gift Markers

Ceramic Gift Plant Marker Set Welcome clay Garden Marker Label Drink Ceramic Marker Set of 3Drink Labels
Grandma’s Garden Ceramic Plant Marker

Garden Signs

UT Longhorn plant markersOrnaments

I’ve just started an array of ornaments including: Blue Texas with Transparent Glass Heart, Beige Texas with Red Glass Heart, Texas with Longhorn symbol in UT Burnt Orange, and Texas with Go Aggies in Maroon

Additional ornaments markers available upon request please contact ME to put in a request.

SHOP for Ornaments

Blue Texas with Transparent Glass HeartTexas clay ornament with glass heart

Texas with Red Glass Heart

Texas clay ornament with red glass heart

Texas A&M

“Go Aggies” Maroon

A&M Go Aggies Ceramic Ornament

University of Texas


Burnt OrangeTexas Longhorns Ceramic Ornament

Ornament & Garden Markers Special Requests Form

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