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Drizzled pumpkins - Two Ways - Glazes: Article or Project

Suitable 04 bisque. (See photos on right at top of page)

All colors are Mayco products.

Colors for Teal/Green Pumpkin:

FN46 Sage
SC9 Jaded
SC10 Teal
SC81 Seabreeze

Colors for Purple Pumpkin:

FN012 Lavender
SC 13 Graple,
SC72 Grape Jelly,
SC46 Blueberry

Soft bristle brush suitable for size of bisque
Small cups, containers or bowls – one for each color of SC
Option to containers, use small squeeze bottles

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Appropriate bisque fired to cone 04. See photos, top right of page

With a damp sponge wipe the surface down making sure all dust and debris from surface and cracks is removed. Let dry

With a soft bristle brush, apply two coats of chosen foundations to entire surface except stem. Dry thoroughly between coats.

Pour each SC color in a separate small container/cup or squeeze bottle. Thin the SC with small amount of water until it will move freely.

Drizzle the chosen Stroke and Coats – one at a time, over the base-coated surface, creating a marbled look. You do not need to let dry between colors. Dry thoroughly when all colors are applied.

Apply three coats of Teal to the stem of the Green pumpkin or three coats of Blueberry to the Purple pumpkin. Dry thoroughly between coats.

Fire stilted to cone 06

CME would like to thank Beverly Scarborough for sharing this easy and beautiful technique so others may enjoy it. Beverly owns Bev's Ceramics Inc in Haymarket Virginia. You may contact her at:


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