How to Paint Pottery & Ceramics: Plate with Hand Prints
Learn how to paint this plate with hand prints in 4 easy steps! It's hard to imagine a better way to create lasting memories than by capturing your children's hand or foot prints on pottery!
Paint Pod Colors: Light Blue (35) and Dark Blue (41)
Large, Flat Paint Brush
Sponge with Handle (Spouncer)
Paint the Background of the Plate – First, dab light blue paint onto the center of the plate with a sponge. Second, paint the rim dark blue with a large, flat brush.
Apply dark blue paint to a hand with a sponge. Press hand firmly down onto plate and then lift straight up.
Remove stickers with toothpick
Learn how to paint your own pottery and ceramics at Polka Dot Pots! We are located in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, Smoky Mountains, Tennessee, and Poconos, Pennsylvania. We'll teach you techniques that are so easy, anyone can create a masterpiece!
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