Such sweetly serene images for the New Year, Charlene.Love the little luck kitty...Images of your home always evoke a calm, restful place. Lovely.May your muse bless you much wonderful inspiration throughout 2015 as you breathe life into your beautiful, heart warming clay creations...xxx
Goodness! I know I replied, but now it seems to have disappear in Bloggerland. Your generous and kind words breathe life into my clay creations, Vicki. The "kagami mochi" was given by my mother. Traditionally, it is two mochi (rice cakes) with a tangerine with a leaf. The two round cakes symbolizes the going and coming of the years (and something about yen and yang.) The gold square represents the copper mirror.Many blessings for a magical year filled with wonder and quiet beauty, Vicki...
happy new year to you
Here's to a New Year filled with good clay, well-behaved kiln gods and sparkling glazes!