Hi everyone! Kathy here! Today I have a really fun paint-on-pottery project that is perfect for Father’s Day! It’s a fun one for the kids to make for Dad!
Here’s how I made it and the story of WHY I made it!
Last month I was invited to teach this Duncan Ceramic Arts class to 50 studio owners as part of the Cates sister Kansas Mini-Convention! The sister, Robin and Julie, own an adorable studio called On The Pot and they host this creative gathering every year.
I was super nervous because their whole lives are painting pottery and I crossed my fingers they would like my project! Success, not only did they like it, but I feel like I gained 50 new friends!
So here are the directions so you can go to your local paint-your-own-pottery studio and make this Father’s Day plate! Father’s Day is coming up, which means it’s time to find the perfect gift for dad. How about a colorful plate, handmade by you? This project uses the new Duncan bisque Classic Paper Plate, and our Concepts Underglazes – plus a lot of imagination from you!
Wipe bisque with damp sponge to remove any dust. Use template, clay carbon paper and pencil to transfer image to the center of the plate.
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Here are some pictures from my class. i love how everyone did their own version, they were all so creative!