From time to time I will be asked to create something I've never done before. Entrusting me with their visions, I've been able to make customer's ideas come to life while learning and adding to my arsenal of techniques. You will find a few examples of my work outside the scope of cement but still within the boundaries of MadPotters aesthetic here. If you have a succulent idea or are an artist looking to collaborate, email me here: firstname.lastname@example.org I look forward to hearing from you!
Natural pieces of driftwood are fixed to a copper colored rod and set into cement. *macrame hanger by @greenelephantBK
A set of cement shot glass sized planters with matching succulents.
Succulent cuff bracelet and marbled pot with the bride & groom's names along with their wedding date for planting the cuff after the big day for an everlasting keepsake.
Metal cuff style bracelet for easy sizing - covered in succulents for a living accessory.
Pots with legs molded into them for a mid-century modern look. Made for San Diego Home and Garden editorial feature.
Another wedding debut for succulents! Three crowns for three flower girls, all adjustable, and a cement pot for each of them to plant their crown after the event.
A crown of succulents fit for a queen. Fully customizable for your special day!
Special succulent sales for projects - contact me for requests.
Made for a fellow maker, the Driftwood collection can double as a jewelry holder. *Crystal Pouch Protection Necklace by @infinitelovedesigns