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American Flag Plate

Host a patriotic barbecue or fundraiser and create the perfect dinnerware for the event. Show off your love for America with this red, white and blue plate from I Love to Create!

American Flag Plate


  • Concepts Underglazes for Bisque and Majolica

    • CN 073 Dark Scarlet
    • CN 112 Bright Delft
  • Dinnerware Bisque Designs

    • 24807 Geometrix Large Square Plate 11.25" x 11.25" x 1"
  • Signature Brushes

    • SB 807 No. 6 Fan Glaze
    • SB 812 No. 10 Round
  • Clear Glazes

    • IN 1001 Envision Clear Glaze
  • Scissors

  • Pencil

  • Contact paper

  • 1/4” masking tape (or wider width optional)


  1. Wipe ware with damp sponge to remove any dust.
  2. Tape off area where stars go (using tape to define border).
  3. Trace and cut out stars from contact paper and stick to area inside tape.
  4. Using the No. 10 round brush, apply three coats of CN112 Bright Delft to taped off area (over stars). Let dry between coats. Peel off stars.
  5. Create the stripes by using tape. Leave equal space between rows of tape.
  6. Using the No. 10 round brush, apply three coats of CN073 Dark Scarlet. Let dry between coats. Peel off stripes.
  7. Using No. 6 fan glaze brush apply one coat of IN1001 Clear Glaze to blank spaces on piece. Let dry. Brush on 2nd coat of IN1001 over entire piece.
  8. Allow the piece to dry completely. Stilt the piece and fire to shelf cone 06.

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This might take a bit of effort and patience to create, but once completed you will have created an heirloom to enjoy for many summer holidays to come! A set of these as mentioned would be spectacular! Love the design and iThis plate would look stunning with some red glassware and blue napkins! So,pretty, so patriotic, so fun!


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