Thank you  very much for visiting my web site. I enjoyed sharing my creations with you.


Please leave a comment and let me know what you think.  Recipes to compliment my wares are appreciated.


Cheers,
Jen 





Anne Flowers
7/3/2012 02:24:02 am

Great Website Jen! I am proud to be your first "commenter." LOVE the BoogerBoy!
p.s. I use your mug 'most every day.

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Mark Albers
7/3/2012 07:19:15 am

Beautiful craftsmanship!

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Lisa Price
7/10/2012 06:10:30 am

Jennifer as you know I adore your work...I find it delightful as well as utillitarian. Is that even possible? Love your website!
Lisa

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10/4/2012 11:10:50 pm

Your writing has impressed me. It’s simple, clear and precise. I will definitely recommend you to my friends and family. Regards and good luck

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Sonja Merritt
9/1/2013 11:16:43 am

I want the beer chicken baker but could you please give me the size of the bowl. How deep and wide because I would like to know if it is only big enough for the chicken or big enough to add veggies?
Thanks!

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Tanya Major
2/19/2014 08:14:31 am

I recently acquired a piece of yours, a nice vase/jug. The bottom says MLP 110. Does the 100 mean its your 110th piece.
Thanks,
Tanya

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Jen
2/19/2014 08:58:09 pm

Hello Tanya,

Thank you so much for your purchase.

MPL 110 would be the piece number for the shop. It will wash off. I don't remember which piece it is that you purchased without referring to my records..

If I was to place an "inorder" piece number on it would be in the thousands.

I do often add a "code" which is scratched into the clay. If there is a number in clay on the bottom it would be 4 digits and would reference when it was made .. ie pieces that I am making this month would read 0214 (month-year).

From the code you have on your piece I am guessing that you purchased it at Hudson Decor. Lee has a small selection of decor related items from my works. What I really specialize is in functional wares for the kitchen. My web site hasn't been tended to in a while but you can view some more recent works on my studio facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/MapleLeafStudioPottery

Thank you for shopping local,
Jen

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Lynda LeRoux
9/6/2017 05:20:19 am

Hello... I was admiring your "Beer Can" Chicken Roasters. Do you still produce these ? and please advise cost with shipping to New Brunswick. Thanks very much.

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9/6/2017 07:33:56 am

HI Lynda,
Thank you for contacting me, Yes I custom make them but canada post shipping is expensive because of size and weight.
I do also make a smaller "insert' that you can put into a baking dish/pan and is easier for shipping.
The web site guestbook does not allow me to attach photos
If you would like more information please direct email me to baumeister@videotron.ca

https://www.facebook.com/MapleLeafStudioPottery/

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Clara
4/21/2019 10:00:09 am

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Ann. S.
5/26/2019 08:39:35 am

Jen, it has been such a pleasure to bring a friend to be "mugged" at your studio. She watched as you make a mug for her, right before her very eyes, in your studio. Picking a handle style, size, rim shape and glaze is such a pleasure for someone. If a person does not have your skill in clay, they can participate in the process and watch the artist at work. I will definitely bring more friends in for a mugging chez vous. Thank you.

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