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Creating flowers on a porcelain plate



Add your personal touch by decorating your plates with Porcelaine 150!

  • 1 Porcelaine 150 Brilliant 45ml Gold No.44 (ref: 024-044)
  • 1 Porcelaine 150 Brilliant 45ml Garnet No.11 (ref: 024-011)
  • 1 Porcelaine 150 Matte 45ml Powdered White No.120 (ref: 024120)
  • 1 Iris Polyamide Golden Round Brush No.06 (ref: 745-06)
  • 1 Iris Polyamide Golden Round Brush No.02 (ref: 745-02)
  • 1 Porcelain plate, 1 Old toothbrush, 1 Fugace Marker

Difficulty Level:
  • Drying Time: 25 hours
  • Baking Time: 35 minutes
  • Execution Time: 30 minutes
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Place the plate on a protected surface. Take the toothbrush and the Garnet color, then splatter it onto the plate by scraping the bristles with your fingers. Let it dry for 30 minutes.

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 Using the Iris brush No.06, apply the Gold color to create the background and leaves of the first flower.

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Repeat the same action with the Garnet color to create the background and leaves of the second flower. Draw the petals more precisely to make it distinct. Let it dry for 30 minutes.

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Using the Fugace marker, draw the stem and outline of the petals, giving them the shape you desire.

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Take the Iris brush No.02 and the Garnet paint, then go over the marker outline on the first flower and only on the stem of the second.

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With the same brush, take the Powdered White color and apply it to the outline of the petals and leaves of the second flower, following its shape carefully.

Let it dry for 24 hours, then place the plate in the oven for 35 minutes at 150°C.

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