Sigil Candle Holders

Session will be held at Smashed Studio – Cypress. Limited space available – Choose a session: 7:00pm or 8:30pm. Workshops are 1.5 hours and includes introduction to intention setting and sigils, instruction, clay, bisque firing, glaze, glaze firing and candle kit.

Sigil Workshop co-hosted with Lee Ann from Wandering Way; Create a candleholder using our studio tools and techniques. Personalize your pottery with one of our Sigil designs or create your own symbol. BYOB for 21+.


The Gist

What will you make?

Our co-host, Lee Ann from Wandering Way, will introduce you to the practice of intention setting, sigils and how we already use these things in every day life. 

You will then throw a handmade candleholder using the potters wheel.  Finally, you will personalize your project by adding a sigil that embodies your intentions. 

Handmade pottery will remain in the studio for 2-3 weeks to dry and bisque fire in the kiln. Once bisque fired, your can return to the studio to apply a ceramic glaze to add color and shine. Glazed pottery will require a second firing.

What is the cost?

Cost is $75 and includes introduction to sigils, tools, supplies, instruction, bisque firing, glaze, glaze firing and candle kit.

What to Expect

In these sessions, you and your guests get to roll up you sleeves and get hands messy with clay while your artist-instructor guides you through the steps of making handmade pottery. You’ll create your pottery at a workbench or on the pottery wheel, depending on which experience you book.  Classes are about two hours and are BYOB for 21 and up.

Smashed Clay projects and experiences are designed using our proprietary method, techniques and tools to help jumpstart your project.  However, it takes years to learn the art of handmade pottery. While we hope your finished project turns out exactly as you envisioned, there is no guarantee that your handmade pottery will make it through the entire process and/or result in what you set out to make.

Thick pottery may take longer to dry. Pottery that is too thick, too thin or constructed in a manner that creates stress during the drying or firing process may crack, break or explode.  Pottery can take 2-3+ weeks to dry, prepare and bisque fire. You can monitor the status of your pottery at