Tulip Casserole Dish

Designer: William Pulse



  1. Use a moistened Synthetic Sponge to wipe down the piece to remove any dust and debris from the ware.
  2. To the interior of the Casserole apply 3 coats of SW-501 White using CB-604 Soft Fan. Use a moistened Synthetic Sponge to remove any glaze on the top edge of the Casserole. Let dry.
  3. Find the center of the Casserole using a ruler. Cut out the pattern for ease of transferring. Use Blue Masking Tape to adhere the design while transferring. Use AC-230 Clay Carbon and a Pencil to transfer the design.
  4. On a tile squeeze out some SG-401 Black Designer Liner and thin slightly with water to a brushing consistency. Using CB-110 Liner loaded with color to complete the lines in the pattern. To the sections of the pattern that has a dotted background apply the dots using the Liner brush. Keep the dots small and random to fill in the area.
  5. Apply 2 coats of SC-28 to all the circles/dots, small triangles in bottom of flower and top band of zigzags in middle of flower using CB-110 Liner. Refer to photo for placement.
  6. Apply 2 coats of SC-52 Toad-ily Green to the inner portions of the leaves using CB-110 Liner.
  7. On a tile place some SW-304 Copper Wash and thin to a 0% skim milk consistency. Apply 1 coat to the outer sections in the leaves using CB-110 Liner.
  8. To the remaining portions of the flower excluding the dotted areas, apply 2-3 coats of SW-134 Eggplant using CB-110 Liner.
  9. Use a pencil to draw a line about ¼” from the bottom of the Casserole. This will be your bottom edge for not glazing.
  10. Using CB-604 Soft Fan apply 3-4 coats of SW-134 Eggplant to the top edge and sides of the Casserole while not going past your pencil line. Let dry.
  11. Use a moistened Synthetic Sponge to remove any glaze from the bottom of the ware. Check to make sure the glaze doesn’t extend past your pencil line around the bottom edge.
  12. Place the ware into the kiln making sure the edge of the Casserole doesn’t align with a kiln element and make sure the ware is fully placed on the shelf with no overhanging of the ware. Do not stilt.
  13. Fire to Shelf Cone 6 (Mid-range) with a 5 min hold.



  • SB-144 9”x13” Stoneware Casserole


  • SC-28 Blue Isle
  • SC-52 Toad-ily Green
  • SG-401 Black
  • SW-304 Copper Wash
  • SW-134 Eggplant
  • SW-501 White

Decorating Accessories

  • CB-110 Liner
  • CB-604 Soft Fan
  • AC-230 Clay Carbon

Miscellaneous Accessories

  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Synthetic Sponge
  • Tile or Pallet
  • Blue Masking Tap
  • Water
  • Pattern