DAY 26 – Making Something each Day Keeps The Anxiety Away

The backstory

SINCE THIS LOCKDOWN is lasting longer than originally anticipated . . .

I have decided to move from doing vases only. From what I have learned around how pottery has helped my PTSD, my plans to help manage the stress and anxiety on lockdown are simple: I will continuing to make a new item for each day.

I aim to continue updating this post each day with my latest lockdown thing I made! (I am looking for ideas! Submit what you think I should make here!)

Phew!

You can also win a vase and more here!

Day 26

previous days’

Day 25
Day 24
Day 21
Day 18
Day 15
Day 12
Day 9
Day 6
Day 3
Day 23
Day 20
Day 17
Day 14
Day 11
Day 8
Day 5
Day 2
Day 22
Day 19
Day 16
Day 13
Day 10
Day 7
Day 4
Day 1

‘Making something each day keeps the anxiety away’.

Let me know what you think of the latest creation(s) in the comments below.

Stay safe everyone!

17 Comments

    1. Thank you Olivia! I am glad you are enjoying following along and I hope you are keeping safe and well πŸ™

    1. What a lovely thing to share! And I think I know what you mean! warm and full bodied!

  1. I like day 12 is the base a great egg-shaped base can you make a vase like that with extended neckline of 10″
    It would be awesome in green. Why are you in lockdown so long?

    1. Hi Denise! sounds like you have something pretty specific in mind! Is this something youd be looking at for yourself?

      As for why lockdown was so long, just seems to be the way of things around these parts lately! Thankfully that stage is now passed and things are slowly coming around

  2. Your pottery skills are wonderful and it’s a blessing to have something that you are good at, love to do to earn a living, and acts as stress relief! I saw that vase you made that had the world view map of the continent of the Americas on it (I only saw one side so it may have had other continents on it as well), it was gorgeous!!!

    1. Thank you for your kindness! I hope you are keeping well and safe πŸ™

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