Remember how I became a master potter?
These potter hands actually belong to Tena Payne, the owner of Cahaba Clayworks.
Their artists manage to fight the instinct of every blob of clay.
Which is to become an ashtray.
Then they throw on some paint and some glaze and call it a productive day.
Details include handstamping.
And adding feet. They're like little Ewok feet.
Yes, I run like an Ewok. And I'm a master potter.
Because of these two relative truths, I'm giving away the lovely piece of pottery above. And enough Barnes & Noble moolah to buy a sassy book to keep it company - $20.
How To Enter
Leave a comment answering the question:
What's your favorite hobby?
**2 Extra Credit Entries**
Each of the following will give you one extra entry in the giveaway. Please make sure to leave a separate comment for each thing you do!
1. Be a fan of Jamie's Rabbits on Facebook.
2. Be a follower of potter Tena Payne on Twitter.
**You can accomplish both of these tasks by clicking on the links.**
Important Details: I love all countries, but this contest is limited to those living in the US. Must enter before 11:59pm CST on Monday, April 12 to qualify. Winner will be chosen randomly using Research Randomizer and announced on Tuesday, April 13. The pottery will be mailed and the gift certificate will be emailed. Obviously, anonymous folks can't win unless they leave a name/email in the comment. The pottery was generously donated by Tena Payne and Barnes & Noble doesn't even know me.