Your pictures: Handmade
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "handmade".
Doris Enders: "Handmade floats on a fishing net."
Philip Field: "Marion Walker, a ceramicist based in the Berkshire Downs, uses her hands to start crafting a pot on a spinning wheel."
Ruth Humphreys: "Homemade breakfast, set against the wooden backdrop of a wooden handmade table, my eldest son made with his grandfather."
Jennifer Mishra: "I wanted a bit of colour on my patio. This sign is made up of scrap wood, brightly painted with some of my favourite places... and how far away they are from my patio."
Phil Mills: "Handmade floating artwork works its way down Regent Street in London at the London Lumiere event."
Reyhana Khan: "Each one handmade individually with a lot of love to celebrate Eid this week and marking the end of Ramadan. Tuck in, everyone!"
George Olney: "These beautiful Corn Husk dolls are handmade in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Several artisan groups try to keep the tradition alive."
Mihika Kulkarni: "My mother and grandmother have always been extremely proficient at embroidery, crochet and other needlework. My school vacations always involved some project or another. As an adult I love to keep in touch with my artsy-craftsy side and this is my first embroidery project since moving to the USA."
Mh Zhou: "The two women are concentrating on hand-making lace. Their works on display are so delicate and exquisite. I took the photo at the street in Dubrovnik, Croatia."
Phillippa Davies: "In celebration of Wales’s outstanding football sporting success so far I have designed and handmade the Welsh dragon's wings neckpiece in solid silver."
Mike Finn: "We watched as perfect handmade special puffy rolls were pulled from the blazing pizza oven in Beuzec-Cap-Sizun - Fete des Bruyeres, in Brittany."
And, finally, a picture by of bracelets made by Andrew Oliver. The next theme is "Posters" and the deadline for your entries is 12 July. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. Further details and terms can be found by following the link to "We set the theme; you take the pictures" at the bottom of the page.