Using my skills as a designer and a baker, I combine my work between my two passions producing fun and easy to use bakeware and utensils.This project explores the excitement of all things sugary and sweet, breaking the confinements of boring and dull d
Sweetie Fair was curated, directed and baked by Hannah Woodcock in April 2012. A one day event where sweet themed stalls allowed visitors to sample flavoured candies, pose with lollies and win prizes and sweet kits on the raffle. Watch the video on Vimeo to see all the sweetie fair action from the day! Stalls included Candy Roulette, Find the Golden Lolly and the Prop photo booth.
Pudding bowls were developed for a Pudding Party, a meal set by Hannah Woodcock in December 2011. The idea of the event was to entertain guests with three courses of pudding, not telling them what was being served. The glazed ceramic bowls served hot parsnip soup in which a simple bread roll placed on top, gave the appearance of a cupcake.
Chari'tea cake stands are made using unwanted and lonely ceramic plates and bowls bought from local Sussex charity shops and assembled by Hannah. Using more industrial fixtures and handles so to contrast against the delicate and one-off glazes of unwanted table-ware. Part of a £10, 100 project, each sale means at least £2 goes straight to charity!
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