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Dessert First


  1. Wipe all three pieces with dampened sponge to remove bisque dust.


  1. Trace scallop pattern on tracing paper. Flip tracing over and pencil over lines on the reverse side. Lay tracing right side up on upper part of bowl and trace over the pattern lines to transfer. Refer to picture. Move pattern over and continue all around the bowl.
  2. Use the circle template and pencil to make various sized circles around the upper part of bowl and a few inside along the top edge. Refer to photo.
  3. Using the No. 4 Liner, brush Light Kiwi Sprinkles along the edges of the scallop for clean arcs. Paint in the bottom portion of bowl under the scalloped border with Light Kiwi Sprinkles. Let dry. Repeat twice more, letting dry between coats.
  4. Paint three coats of the Light Kiwi Sprinkles, Bright Caribbean Sprinkles and Neon Orange Sprinkles into the various circles, letting dry between coats.
  5. Paint the hollow under the cup base with two coats of Pure Brilliance™ Clear Glaze. Let dry between coats.
  6. Brush two coats of Pure Brilliance™ around the white bisque areas. Let dry, then brush a second, lighter coat over the entire bowl. Let dry completely.


  1. Repeat steps as with the Short Ice Cream Dish, using the Neon Orange Sprinkles around the base and making the circles smaller and in proportion to the dish.


  1. Repeat steps, using the Bright Caribbean Sprinkles and making the circles more in proportion to the dish.


  1. Stilt all pieces on shelf and fire to witness cone 06.
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Posted by Suzie Shinseki

Suzie works as a Senior Designer at iLoveToCreate®. She has been involved with art since childhood, and her passion has continued throughout her life. She honed her natural talents by attending the Academy of Arts in San Francisco on scholarship, art classes at San Jose City College. She works with various media and substrates. You can find her masterpieces on painted signs, murals, people and animal portraiture, mold design, sculptures, ceramic projects and fabric paint designs. Her commercial endeavors include children’s coloring books, illustrative designs for bags, brochures and cards. Her exceptional illustration skills have brought her many jobs as a fashion illustrator for designers in Hong Kong and Hawaii.

What you need:


  • Container for water
  • Foil or foam plate for palette
  • Potter’s sponge
  • Tracing paper
  • Circle template
  • Pencil