Get ready to dish up some Fourth of July fun with a serving piece your guests will look for year after year. Duncan® Concepts Undgerlazes® and French Dimensions™ turn this ordinary dish into one that’s eggstra-special!
- Wipe ware with damp sponge to remove bisque dust.
- Trace pattern on to tracing paper. Use pencil to trace over lines on reverse side of tracing paper. Place in center of dish.
- Pencil over the tracing to transfer image to bisque.
- Using No. 4 Liner, paint Light Nautical streaks in the background of the center of the plate. Let dry and then add a second coat. Let dry.
- Using No. 4 Liner, paint three coats Neon Red in “Celebrate.” Let dry after each coat.
- Using No. 6 Round, paint a clean line of Neon Red around edges of four egg depressions. Fill in with three coats Neon Red. Let dry after each coat.
- Repeat steps of painting another four egg depressions with three coats Light Nautical. Refer to photo for placement. Let dry after each coat.
- Pour a smaller puddle of Dark Delft on palette. Using No. 4 Liner, paint Dark Delft stars in the remaining egg depressions. Let dry and add a second coat. Let dry.
- Test flow of French Dimensions paints on paper towel. If difficult to squeeze out, warm bottle in hands to achieve a smoother flow.
- Using the French Scarlet, squeeze scalloped lines around the center circle. Refer to photo.
- Using the French Delft, squeeze dashed lines around the outer perimeter of plate. Let dry. Add French Scarlet dots in center of the plate. Let dry.
- Add French Delft dots in the stars in the egg depressions. Let dry.
- Brush a coat of Pure Brilliance® over the front of the plate being careful to brush a thinner coat inside the egg depressions. Let dry.
- Use Fan Glaze brush to apply two coats of Pure Brilliance to back of plate. Let dry after each coat.
- Stilt in kiln and fire to witness cone 06.