This post is a reminder for December’s Name That Vase contest.
Read the original post here if you prefer, comment on either 🙂
Get your stories/poems in
while you still can!
It’s time to share our winner and feature another vase in need of a story!
Welcome to “Name That Vase!”
‘Name That Vase?’ invites YOU to create a story, poem or prose along with a name for one of our raku vases that just came from the kiln!
Help our vase to know their story!
Consider this a chance to be inspired – a writing prompt or a creative cue.
And if you like, you can view the Name That Vase that started it all here.
This month we have a
special vase for your naming,
But first we must congratulate our previous winner knitterpress for their name and write-up!
I suggest Santorini as it is the colour of the rooftop domes on the Greek island,
or Thera that is its official name.
thank you again Knitterpress for your entry!
And now into our new vase!
hmmm 🤔 . . . What do you think?
What is this vase’s name and Story?
Please Share your entry in the comments!
Can you help our vase to
know their name and story?
Looking forward to reading your submissions!
thank you and
don’t forget to Have fun!
If you would like to get your very own raku vase (and more!) sign up here!
I am most often drawn to the shape of the vases rather than the colors. The blue of Santorini is enchanting, I am waffle-y about the shape. My granddaughter is named after Santorini /Thera- but her parents spell “Thira” with an ‘i’ instead of an ‘e’.
Here is my entry – https://amanpan.com/fight-fire-with-fire/
The ink-case ! Holds the ink to fill the ink-pens ! May not be the best name for this, for sure! I am trying! Its inexpressible !
Heavy Metal – I see cobalt and copper, both somewhat toxic, together the colours are beautiful and moody
Chocolate: because it looks like a warm toasted chocolate marshmallow, with the cylinder shape and the brown and black colors