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Irish Shamrock Plate

By: Duncan Enterprises
Updated January 25, 2021

Use Envision glazes and Signature brushes to create a shamrock plate in the spirit of St. Patrick's Day. This easy project is complete with a pattern to help fool your guests into thinking you bought this festive plate.

Find more St. Patrick's Day crafts, recipes and fun facts in our FREE St. Patrick's Day eBook.

Irish Shamrock Plate

Materials:

  • Signature Brushes
    • SB 802 No. 1 Liner
    • SB 806 No. 6 Round
    • SB 807 No. 6 Fan Glaze
  • Envision™ Glazes
    • IN 1057 Iced Mint
    • IN 1061 Light Kelp
  • E-Z Stroke™ Translucent Underglazes
    • EZ 033 Ivy Green
  • Clear Glazes
    • IN 1001 Envision Clear Glaze
  • Duncan Mold, Flower Plate DM 228
  • Clay carbon
  • Pencil

For pattern, click here.

Steps:

  1. Clean greenware and fire to shelf cone 04.
     
  2. Transfer pattern to ware using a pencil and clay carbon.
     
  3. Load the SB 806 No 6 Round with IN 1057 Iced Mint and pull one side of brush through IN 1062 Light Kelp. Keeping the darker color to outer edge of shamrock use a press, pull and lift stroke working from outer edge towards center to pull in each section of the shamrock. Reload brush as necessary and apply two (2) coats.
     
  4. Load the SB 802 No 1 Liner as in step 3 and pull in stems to shamrocks.
     
  5. Use the Round to apply two (2) coats of IN 1061 Light Kelp to outer and center raised edges of plate.
     
  6. Load the SB 802 No 1 Liner with slightly thinned EZ 033 Ivy Green and detail shamrocks.
     
  7. When dry, apply two (2) coats of IN 1001 Clear to entire plate using the SB 807 No 6 Fan Glaze.
     
  8. Let dry, stilt and fire to shelf cone 06.

 

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