[Clayart] ideas for little folk projects

Taylor Hendrix wirerabbit2 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 20 10:27:15 EST 2013

I'm dittoing what Lis says. You can make up some colored slip using the
clay body then top coat after bisque with a clear or you can just buy under

Taylor, in Rockport TX
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On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 7:39 PM, Lis Allison <studio at pine-ridge.ca> wrote:

> On 12/19/2013 3:53 PM, Jeff Lawrence wrote:
>> I just did a pinch-pot project with some local kids and the sponsoring
>> group asked me to expand it in the direction of giving them more time to
>> decorate. This leaves me scratching my head, because this isn't something
>> I've done much. I've got some stains lying around and could probably
>> concoct some underglazes
> Why not just buy some? They come ready to use and work very well. Lots of
> choices of colours, too. And they mix not too badly. Then, yes, a simple
> clear glaze. I've done stuff like that with kids and did the glazing myself
> after they left. Dipped the pieces, didn't take much time.
> Lis
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