How to Paint Pottery & Ceramics: Tracing Logos and Images
To make these awesome logo coasters, we simply printed the image from the internet and traced the image on the bisque using transfer or tracing paper. You can trace your favorite images or logos to many pieces of pottery!
Square Tile Bisque x 2
Colors: Gold (4)
Fun Writer Colors: White; Gold (4); and Green (58)
Image / Logo
Large, Flat Brush
Small, Flat Brush
Trace Logo – Place transfer paper on tile with grey side down. Place logo on top of transfer paper and tape down. With a pen, trace the logo.
With a fun writer, fill in the center of the “G” with white.
With a fun writer, add a buffer around the logo. Then, with a large, flat brush, add 3 coats of gold paint. Tip: place the tip of the brush in the “buffer zone” and brush out.
With a fun writer, fill in the border of the “G” with green.
With a small, flat brush, paint the back of the coaster. Then, keep the brush parallel to the sides of the coaster and dab paint onto the sides.
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