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Michele Zulim

Michele Zulim has created fired art for more than 35 years, specializing in clay and ceramics along with porcelain, stoneware and glass. She currently owns and runs Watermarks Mosaics, creating mosaics for swimming pools and other surfaces using Duncan® fired products.

Rise and Shine Cereal Bowl

Add some excitement to breakfast time with this colorful and decorative bowl! Eat your grains, oatmeal or whatever breakfast treat you enjoy in a bowl that’s sure to wake you right up each morning.

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Instructions:

1. Wipe ware with damp sponge to remove bisque dust.

2. Use the pencil to lightly sketch approximately ½” circles on the inside and 2” circles on the outside of the bowl.

3. Condition the No. 1 Liner in dish soap, wiping out the excess, then load in Mask ‘N Peel and apply to the circles. Allow mask to dry thoroughly.

4. Beginning on the inside of the bowl, using the Fan Glaze brush, apply three flowing coats of Kiwi Sprinkles to the inside of the bowl, bringing the color all the way to the top edge. Allow the color to dry between coats. After applying the third coat, when the shine is gone but the color is still damp, remove the mask from the circles on the inside of the bowl.

5. On the outside of the bowl, apply three flowing coats of Dark Honeysuckle using the Fan Glaze brush, bringing the color up to the blue band area. Allow the color to dry between coats. After applying the third coat, when the shine is gone but the color is still damp, remove the mask from the circles on the outside of the bowl.

6. Using the No. 1 Liner, apply Dark Delft dots to the inside circles leaving a small white area between the Kiwi Sprinkles and the Dark Delft. Again using the No. 1 Liner or No. 6 Round, apply three coats of Dark Delft to the lip band on the bowl. Use the brush handle to add dots around the outer edge of the circles on the outside of the bowl. Allow the color to dry thoroughly between coats.

7. Using the No. 1 Liner, add swirls to the circles on the outside of the bowl with Light Kiwi. Apply three coats for solid coverage.

8. Use the Fan Glaze brush to apply one flowing coat of Pure Brilliance to the entire bowl. Add a second coat to the white areas of the circles.

9. Stilt and fire the bowl to cone 06.

Miscellaneous:

  • Container for water
  • Pencil
  • Foil or foam plate for palette
  • Dish soap
  • Potter's sponge

Designed By:

http://www.ilovetocreate.com/content/images/thumbs/0048664_250.jpeg

Michele Zulim

Michele Zulim has created fired art for more than 35 years, specializing in clay and ceramics along with porcelain, stoneware and glass. She currently owns and runs Watermarks Mosaics, creating mosaics for swimming pools and other surfaces using Duncan® fired products.