I’ve been busy planning Monk’s 4th “Pirates” themed birthday party for the last couple of weeks. Somewhere along the way I stumbled across an AMAZING ceramic artist, Jeanette Zeis. If you did a quick Google image search of “cupcake stands or cake stands” you would see her work over and over again. I love it! I have always wanted to try my hand at making my own pottery and browsing her lovely works of art makes me want to try it even more!
Isn’t this the sweetest little cupcake stand ever?!?!?!
This little fruit bowl is my favorite piece. I can totally see this sitting on my kitchen table filled with cherries or strawberries.
I would make room in my tiny kitchen for these little beauties. Even if it means tossing out the toaster to make room on the counter. Okay, I probably wouldn’t throw out the toaster, but you get the point.
My cabinets would be full of these lovely pieces. I would love to enjoy some yummy soup out of those pretty little bowls! The detailed little scallops are just the cutest!For all you vegans out there, Jeanette (who is vegan, herself) also has a line of ceramics catered to you, which includes bowls, plates, mugs, and even key chains and notebooks.
So what do you think? Are you as in LOVE with her work as I am?
All the photos above are linked back to Jeanette Zeis Ceramics.
I actually do not know Jeanette, personally or professionally, nor am I affiliated in any way to her company. I just wanted to share her beautiful art work and that is the only reason for this post. If I ever have enough to splurge, Jeanette, I will definitely be visiting your (online) shop.
Thanks so much for stopping by my little blog.