Waynesboro’s 1st Annual Wizarding Festival (my class)

One of the exciting things about the Wizarding Festival was I was going to be teaching my first ceramics class. I’ll be teaching one class each month ages 13 and up. Because of course I love any excuse to make things that follow a theme I had to make Harry Potter treat prop boxes to go with the snacks for my class.
The students created cauldron mugs, and use alphabet noodles to create a one of a kind piece.


I made butterbeer fudge using this recipe, boy oh boy was it sweet! I had candy from Honeydukes and butterbeer to drink (our drinking butterbeer was really vanilla ice cream and cream soda with butterscotch syrup)

I can’t wait to show you the mugs again once they are glazed and fired. You can find my upcoming classes on the Ceramic Guild’s website here. My September class is doily bowls, and Oct a Halloween witch or pumpkin ring holder.

September Ceramic Studio Class



Starting this month I will begin to teach monthly classes at the ceramic studio. This month’s project is part of our town’s Wizard Festival..a celebration of Harry Potter fans. For my September class we will be making delicate doily trinket dishes from these amazing handmade doilies I found at the last Salvation Army Fabric Fair. Of course students are welcome to bring their own doily or other textured item to use to make their dishes one of a kind. You can find all my classes as they become available (usually about a month in advance) here at the studio’s website. We have four different teachers at the studio, but each class lists who is teaching it and if its at the Waynesboro studio or Mont Alto campus. FYI all my classes will be held at the Waynesboro studio.