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2. Transferring the Image. Now that you have your image transferred onto plastic you can now endeavor to get it onto the clay surface. I like to work with a ceramic surface that is a little beyond leather hard; in fact, I like to call it cheddar "cheese hard". It is somewhere between too late to add a handle, but not too late to make a mark on it with your finger nail. Capisce? Now take a dampened, not drenched, sponge and give the area a quick swipe to create a slightly tacky surface for…

Transferring the Image. Now that you have your image transferred onto plastic you can now endeavor to get it onto the clay surface.

Minimalist flower bowls in Spring glazes from Lee Wolfe Pottery — beautiful Mothers Day gifts

Minimalist flower bowl- 4 cup

Minimalist flower bowls in Spring glazes from Lee Wolfe Pottery — beautiful Mothers Day gifts

RESERVED for Deborah-- Handbuilt Ceramic Chip and Dip Bowl I had this made recently and LOVE it! I'm sure we'll use it a lot at our many post-concert receptions.

RESERVED for Deborah-- Handbuilt Ceramic Chip and Dip Bowl

RESERVED for Deborah-- Handbuilt Ceramic Chip and Dip Bowl I had this made recently and LOVE it! I'm sure we'll use it a lot at our many post-concert receptions.

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McCoy Pottery - Aqua Dish

Chihuly-inspired paper mache bowl by my 5th grade student; approx. 14" wide; lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe

Chihuly-inspired paper mache bowl by grade student; lesson by art teacher: Susan Joe

slab pottery | Chin Colle: Drape Mold Clay Projects

I like to expose all my students to clay. I start in Kindergarten and each year build upon what we did previously. In second grade we lea.

Clay Projects, Printmaking, Mud, Bowls, Cement, Serving Bowls, Printing, Art Print, Clay Crafts