How to Paint Pottery & Ceramics: Bubbles Technique
We had to do the New Year's Eve episode of How to Paint Pottery featuring the Bubbles Technique. It is so much fun and easy! The colors of this plate were inspired by my favorite way to celebrate the New Year: Rose Champagne! You can apply the Bubbles Technique to many pieces of pottery.
Coupe Dinner Plate Bisque
Paint Colors: Light Pink (11) and Pink (12)
Make bubbles concoction – mix equal parts soap, paint, and water in a cup
Blow bubbles – with a straw, blow into the cup and let the bubbles overflow onto the plate. Apply as much or as little bubbles as you want.
Pop most of the bubbles with your hand
While waiting for it to dry, sit back and imagine how impressed your friends will be when you present a selection of fine cheeses on this bubbly beauty! Extra points if you sip on Rose Champagne!
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