Decorating Ceramic Plates
You can draw directly onto the ceramic surface or you can transfer a design using carbon paper. The pencil marks will be burned off in the kiln. The important thing is to have fun, so don’t stress about being exact. I just ran wild with colour but I really like the effect.
|The paint and the biscuits! Both Important!|
I did this plate with Make A Memory Ceramic Studio here in Wicklow, which was brill! I caught up with the girls for a chat, had biscuits (very important) and made stuff! There were loads of options to paint, like children’s characters, ornaments, ceramic animals and cups and saucers. It meant I could gossip AND achieve something. Perfect:)
|Me and the Kiln|
We saw the Kiln shed which is the warmest place in Ireland at the moment, I could have fallen asleep like a cat in it. I’m thinking of getting one for my bedroom, just for the cosiness.