- Last Updated: Tuesday, 23 April 2019 18:01
- MB-1352 6 x 6 Clay Canvas
- FN-001 White
- SC-11 Blue Yonder
- SC-33 Fruit of the Vine
- SC-97 Cant-elope
- SC-10 Teal Next Time
- SC-92 Cafe Ole
- SG-202 White Cobblestone
- ST-127 Crackle Stamp
- AC-223 Large Writer Tip
- CB-110 Liner
- CB-604 Soft Fan
- CB-106 Script Liner
- Sponge on a Stick
Designer: Marcia Roullard
- Begin with a properly fired shelf cone 04 Bisque. Moisten a clean sponge and wipe bisque to remove dust.
- Using the CB-604 Soft Fan Brush to apply three coats of FN-001 White to the front and sides of the canvas.
- When the shine is off the glaze, stamp the ST-127 Crackle Stamp randomly across the canvas.
- Pencil in your design.
- Pour SG-202 White Cobblestone into the bottle from AC-223 Large Writer Tip, use the plastic and metal tip.
- Brush two coats of SG-202 White Cobblestone to the center area of the feather with CB-106 Script Liner. Use the Writer Tip Bottle to do the stem and feathers, apply slowly so the feathers and stems are thick.
- When the cobblestone looses its shine, brush one coat of color over the stem and feathers, SC-10 Teal Next Time, or SC-33 Fruit of the Vine, use CB-110 Liner to apply. The center area is SC-33 Fruit of the Vine, outline with SC-11 Blue Yonder, then SC-97 Cant-elope.
- Brush two coats of SC-11 Blue Yonder to the sides of the canvas with CB-604 Soft Fan.
- Fire to cone 05/06.
Best Practice for Applying Glaze to a Stamp
- Leave the stamp flat on the table.
- Use a dry sponge on a stick.
- Load the dry sponge on a stick with SC-92 Cafe Ole. Dab into the glaze and blot off the excess glaze.
- Do a light up and down pouncing motion onto the ST-127 Crackle Stamp. Keep the glaze on the high part of the stamp. If pounced too hard the glaze will go into the lower part and ruin the design.