Painting on Glass and Ceramic
Today--thanks to specialized enamel paints that don’t require kiln firing as well as "create your own pottery” shops--it’s amazingly simple to make beautiful, personalized ceramics. With lots of fun and festive designs, full-size traceable patterns, and easy-to-follow instructions, this attractive guide will bring out the budding artist in everyone. Step-by-step worksheets illustrate the techniques for using enamels, along with a stunning variety of projects. A second chapter explains how to work with underglazes, the standard paint in most pottery stores. All the items are perfect for gift-giving, including a Happy Mother’s Day or Christmas Holiday plate; "Fruit of the Vine” Wine Glasses and Carafe; and a celebratory Happily Ever After Etched-Look Frame and Toast Glasses.
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