How to Paint Pottery & Ceramics with Stencils: Dog Bowl with Bone and Paw Prints
We used stencils to paint bones and paw prints on this dog bowl, it's much easier than drawing them by hand! We have hundreds of stencil designs to choose from, and you can add designs easily to most pieces of pottery. Your best friend will thank you for it!
Pet Dish Bisque
Bone and Paw Print Stencils
Paint Colors: Red (20); Black Speckle (111); and Black
Fun Writer Colors: White and Black
Small and Medium Flat Brushes
Apply 3 coats of red (20) to the outside of the bowl
Add bone and paw print designs with stencils – use a pencil and lightly outline the designs
Paint the bone and paw print designs with fun writers: white and black
Paint the inside with 3 coats of black speckle (111) – use a medium, flat brush
Paint the outside rim black with 3 coats of paint – use a small, flat brush
Paint the bottom black with 3 coats of paint
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