Many things inspire me to work with clay but this new body of work is especially personal because each pattern was inspired by a woman in my life. My hope is that you feel a similar connection to the pattern, whichever it may be.
This one is my mom. My mom recently remodeled her kitchen and used cherries as a theme. I have wonderful memories to this day of cooking and baking with my mom. Some of the best are of us just talking it out while making a meal. She is thoughtful and always a person I can count on. So maybe a cherry means summertime to you or maybe someone in your life also enjoys cherries. However you read the pattern my hope for you is a lightheartedness you may have needed today! More inspiring women to come ♥️
Why I’m talking about this topic:
I wanted a colourful profile picture so I chose cherries and figured why not do this for the first post 🍒 What it looks like:
☝🏾 appearance, feels firm and smooth
Brief introduction about the topic:
🤓A cherry is the fruit of many plants of the genus Prunus, and is a fleshy drupe. Commercial cherries are obtained from cultivars of several species, such as the sweet Prunus avium and the sour Prunus cerasus.
The English word cherry derives from Old Northern French or Norman cherise from the Latin cerasum, referring to an ancient Greek region, Kerasous (Κερασοῦς) near Giresun, Turkey, from which cherries were first thought to be exported to Europe. [Wikipedia]
Packed with nutrients
Can boost exercise recovery
Aids in heart health
May improve symptoms of arthritis and gout May improve sleep quality
Easy to add to your diet
Helps cure headaches
Good for weight loss
Lowers blood sugar level
Very short growing season
My overall review on the topic:
Cherries are something I could do without although it’s a nice change of fruit from the normals ones I eat. It’s not something I would run and grab from the grocery store but it’s overall tasty and healthy. The staining it does to fabric and fingers might be a put off for a snack on the go.
Dwa musy kawowo-rumowy i śmietankowo-rumowy w połączeniu z warstwą wiśni i biszkoptem o smaku czekoladowym
Uwielbiam te opisy od sowy. Nigdy nie czułam w nim rumu. Ani teraz, ani w wieku dwunastu lat 😆. Mam wrażenie, że ogólnie coraz gorzej smakuje. Przeciętnie, wręcz tanio. Masa śmietankowa mało śmietankowa, kawy aby aby. Fanka wiśni nie jestem.
Isn’t it funny how a simple food item can remind you of home? This display of delicious cherry pie instantly brings me back home to the state of Michigan, where cherries are so abundant they’re celebrated with an annual National Cherry Festival, held in the beautiful town of Traverse City. On this occasion I was there for the Traverse City Film Festival – but no visit to this great city would be complete without a slice of cherry pie! 🍒🥧 @buymichigannow@lisaldiggs@judygreer#michiganpositivity