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Tripod mugs are such a fun and simple way to make a pottery mug because there is no bottom! Well, yes there is, but you don’t need to make a separate one and I’ll show you how it’s done. Oh, and this project also makes a great planter too.
Tools & Materials
3/16” Clay Slabs (Laguna B-Mix 5)
5 ½” by 11 ½” Rectangle Template
Flexible Ribs (Red & Yellow Mudtools)
Clay Knife (Dolan 220s)
Textured Rolling Pin
Canvas or Slab Mat
Rolling Pin or Slab Roller
Rubber Tipped Tool
Georgie’s Interactive Pigment (Autumn Foliage)
Georgie’s Eggshell Wash Glaze
Clayscapes’ Jess’ Chun Blue