The chevron pattern is very popular, and you may have seen projects with chevron on Pinterest. We love the chevron pattern, and in this video we show you an easy way to do it! You can apply the chevron pattern on many pieces of pottery. See below for template chevron patterns.
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I would use it for pens.
I would use this to hold K-cups for our Keurig coffee maker in our kitchen. Love the technique and look! Thanks, Erin!
Candy or snacks!!
I would either do candy or fill it with craft items. Fun!
I would use the Chevron pattern vase to hold my daughters Hair Bows an Bobby pins. Chevron was the pattern this year for our Cheerleaders hair bows an uniforms.
I would use it to store my nail polishes
A gift to my daughter that redecorated in grey & yellow.
I would use it to put my crochet hooks and other art supplies in!
Thank you so much!
I would use this for a fake flower pot. I love the colors yellow and gray so it’s just perfect.
I would use it for Pens.
I would use it for q-tips and cottonball holder in bathroom.
Congrats to Louise Riden Payton (commenter on the Wilderness at the Smokies Facebook page) for winning the Chevron Vase from our this video!
I would use this to hold pens and pencils. I had no idea how easy this pattern was to do!! Thanks for the tips!!!
In the bathroom for cotton balls and qtips!
I’d use it for markers, colored pencils and pens on my desk at work!
Tissue box holder.
I would use it for pens and pencils.
I would give it to my daughter to use in her nusery, she is going to be a new mom!!! Love the easy technique, I can’t wait to paint something of my own!
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The effect of going from light to dark colors is called "ombre." It looks great and is super easy! You can apply the ombre effect to many pieces of pottery, and you can use all kinds of colors (we have so many different shades of pink in our studios, it's not even funny)! My favorite alternate title for this video blog is: Four Shades of Purple!
Learn how to paint this gorgeous and functional ceramic spoon rest in 4 easy steps! It is simple to add stickers to personalize your spoon rest and add multiple layers of colorful dots.
July 14, 2017