|Start with cut offs from yesterday's poppies.|
|Kneed cut-offs into new clay.|
|Recycled clay, ready to use.|
|Roll the clay into a slab on the canvas work table.|
|Smooth and compress the clay with a metal rib.|
|Cut out two poppy halves from the slab.|
|Remove the extra clay and save for more poppies.|
|Score and slip.|
|Join the tops and bottoms.|
|Shape the flat clay into poppies.|
|Dry the poppies slowly for a few days.|
|Poppies after a 10 hour bisque firing, waiting to be glazed.|
|Glazed poppies waiting at the kiln for firing.|
|Our cats sitting around the hot kiln during the 12 hour glaze firing.|
|Open the kiln after a 24 hour cool down.|
|Finished poppies on their metal stems|
|Poppies around Walter Allward 's plaster models from the Vimy Ridge Memorial.|
They are at the Military Communications and Electronics Museum in Kingston, Ontario.
|Poppies in the garden at Eastminster United Church in Belleville, Ontario.|
They are part of a Remembrance Day ceremony sanctioned by the Royal Canadian Legion.
10% of each poppy sold goes to the Belleville Poppy Fund.