Cutout Owl

Designer: William Pulse



  1. Order the greenware wet. When the greenware has set up enough to stand on its own you may start the cutting out process. You can mark out the cut-out pattern or free hand it. Cut out the sections on the breast and wings. Cut out circles in the eyes. When the pattern is completely cut out, let the ware dry.
  2. Clean up the seam lines and the cut-out sections using the Clean up Tool. Be careful as you clean the inner portions of the cut outs. Use Green Grit Cloth to further clean up the ware. Use a moistened Synthetic Sponge to wipe down the ware and remove any dust and debris.
  3. Fire to Shelf Cone 04.
  4. To the eye markings, dot in trailing dots from the outside edge inwards using the end of a brush tipped with SC-34 Down to Earth.
  5. Paint 2 coats of SC-97 Cant-elope to the beak and feet using CB-404 Pointed Round.
  6. Apply 3 coats of SC-50 Orange Ya Happy to the inside of the ware using CB-604 Soft Fan.
  7. Apply 2-3 coats of EL-125 Sahara Sands to the outside of the lid and bottom.
  8. Using a Tuffy Chore Girl Sponge to stipple SC-88 Tu Tu Tango and SC-34 to the ears and face on the owl. Keep these colors light while framing the face and ears.
  9. Shake and Stir S-2725 Safari. Apply 1 coat of S-2725 Safari using CB-604 Soft Fan to the lower portion of the owl. Apply more crystals to the top of the wings and breast.
  10. Stilt and Fire to Shelf Cone 05-06.



  • CD-1285 Large Owl Box, Wet Greenware


  • EL-125 Sahara Sands
  • SC-34 Down To Earth
  • SC-50 Orange Ya Happy
  • SC-88 Tu Tu Tango
  • SC-97 Cant-elope

Decorating Accessories

  • CB-604 #4 Soft Fan
  • CB-404 Pointed Round

Miscellaneous Accessories

  • Fret Tool or Scalpel
  • Clean Up Tool
  • Green Grit Cloth
  • Synthetic Sponge
  • Tuffy Chore Girl Sponge