Opening the kiln on Sunday morning was surprising. My little squirts had attached themselves to the shelf stilts and required quite a bit of attention to free them. A few tipped over and joined in an intimate kiss. Ah, another good learning experience. Don’t use kiln stilts that were given to you & you don’t know what their temp range might be. It would have been smarter to just place them on coated shelves. C’est la vie!
I’ll be spending the next several days uploading images and writing text for the 9 guys/gals. You might be wondering their size. Most would fit inside a 2.5″ cube with some smaller & a few just a tad larger. Each one is individual & resembles a cross between several tide pool critters: a sea cucumber and an octopus. They can rest on a shelf or even hang on the wall (they all have one or two holes on their underside). Why not have several hanging out together?
Thanks for checking out the group!
5 thoughts on “Sea Squirt Assortment”
oh, my GOODNESS! These are awesome!
Will these be in your Etsy shop, Gale?
Hi Jen! Yep, they will be on the Etsy site soon. Haven’t been feeling super spunky so getting this task accomplished will happen soon. Glad you like them!
You can create your own tide pool.
Hey Chris, yes, a tide pool could be created involving lots of strange creations. We shall see what happens!