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Painted Ceramic Espresso Set

Give your espresso set a little kick with Delta Ceramcoat and some chic artistic touches.

At a Glance:

#6388 Skill Level: Advanced Time:
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This project features these great brands:

  • Ceramcoat Logo
instructions

Other Supplies

Espresso set, No. 0 Script liner brush, No. 14 Flat brush, No. 4 Flat brush, No. 4 Filbert brush, Palette paper or foam plate, Brush basin or container for water, Paper towels, Pencil, Tracing paper, Gray graphite transfer paper, Stylus, Rubbing alcohol, Lint-free cloth, 150 Grit sandpaper

Instructions

Preparation

  • Wash all china pieces using soap and warm water. Rinse well, and allow to dry.
  • Moisten paper towel or lint-free cloth with rubbing alcohol. Thoroughly wipe all surfaces to remove remaining dust, dirt, grease and soap film.
  • Lightly sand the metal rack. NOTE: Because the rack is new, sanding will give it a little tooth.
  • Trace pattern onto tracing paper.
  • Working one piece at a time, tape the traced pattern in place and transfer by retracing the pattern lines after inserting a sheet of gray graphite between the surface and the pattern. The same pattern will be repeated on 2 cups and 2 saucers.

Painting

  • Paint the metal rack (except the center base) White using a No. 14 flat brush. Allow to dry.
  • Using the No.14 flat, paint the center of the base (where the saucers set) Soft Blue.
  • Brushstroke Flowers Cup and Saucer – Using the No. 4 filbert, stroke all flower petals Soft Blue. Beginning at the outer tip of the petal, lay the brush flat, pull in towards the center of the flower rotating the brush clockwise between the thumb and the index finger to end on the chisel.
  • Using the No.4 filbert, stroke the leaves on the remaining pieces Soft Blue. Starting at the outer tip of the leaf, lay the brush flat and pull towards the flower center rotating the brush clockwise between the thumb and index finger to end on the chisel next to the stem.
  • Daisy Cup and Saucer – Using the No. 4 filbert, stroke all flower petals Soft Blue. Beginning at the outer tip of the petal, lay the brush flat, pull in towards the center of the flower rotating the brush clockwise between the thumb and the index finger to end on the chisel.
  • Paint brushstroke leaves using the No. 4 flat starting at the base of the leaf and pulling out to the tip rotating the brush clockwise between the thumb and the index finger to end on the chisel.
  • Completing all Cups and Saucers – Using the No. 0 liner, paint all details Soft Blue including: all stems, two long accent comma strokes around the daisy, stamens coming from the tulip and lines from each side of the mum.
  • Using the No. 0 liner, paint all small accent comma strokes and line the stems Navy Blue.
  • Metal Rack – Paint a small delicate border along the base using Soft Blue accented with Navy Blue.

Finishing

Delta Ceramcoat Select Multi-Surface Satin Paints once cured are top-shelf dishwasher safe. Two different methods are offered to cure Delta Ceramcoat Select Multi-Surface Satin Paints:

  • Bake To Cure – Always allow 24 hours of dry time after completing a project before baking-to-cure. Place painted glassware in cool oven; turn oven temperature to 350°. Set timer to bake for 30 minutes. Turn oven off after 30 minutes and allow painted glassware to cool down in oven. Remove only when oven is cool. NOTE: Painted glassware should heat up and cool down with the oven, do NOT preheat oven.
  • Air Cure – Allow painted glassware to air dry for 21 days.

 

Disclaimer: The information found in each project is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, nor results guaranteed, nor is freedom from any patent to be inferred. Since we have no control over physical conditions surrounding the application of information herein contained, Plaid Enterprises, Inc. disclaims any liability for untoward results.

Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

Copyright: All Rights Reserved. No part of this Project may be reproduced in any form without permission in writing, except for your personal use, except by reviewer, who may in reviewing this project, quote brief passages in a magazine or newspaper.

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