Ceramic cone painting

Jan 22, 2012 by     14 Comments    Posted under: Ceramic, Crafts

Ceramic coned flower pots
Jul 2007
Ceramic cone painting on pot ( 15in )

Ceramic cone painting on wood board
Jul 2007
Ceramic cone painting on wood board ( 24in X 24in )

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  • Hi,lovely works!!Can u pls tell me the ingredients required to make the ceramic clay dough/paste…waiting for ur reply!!thanks!!

    • Thanks Geethu.

      I used ceramic powder (very fine white powder, you may be able to get them in hardware stores) mixed with glue ( the kind used to plaster walls).Then it’s made into henna type cones.

      • Thanks a lot for the timely help!!Cheers!!!

  • wow..these are just so beautiful…I will definitely try this out…

    • Thank you Aisha. Your work is also really beautiful. I still need to checkout your blog completely.

  • hi , gr8 work..so amazing…love with this work.can u pls send in detail the material used,making procedure, sketches ,b’coz i’m so interested in this work,but have no idea of making.

  • omg i can’t tell u how beautifull it is…….well done….can u tell me which type of colour does need the ceramic painting……plz…

  • Which color u add fevicryl?

  • Which color u add

  • Hello!! your works are nice. Can you please tell me what kind of colors you added for that white ceramic powder and also if we do jewellery with this do we need to bake them or it hardens naturally.

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  • hi
    beutiful work u done nd ur website is useful for me…
    I want to know dat what kind of color is used in ceramic ???

  • Can i use Plaster of Paris instead of Ceramic Powder am finding hard to find ceramic powder .. Can i use plaster of paris plus glue and si in henna cone ?

  • Hi Vani, i would like to know what ceramic powder is? Because I live in the UK and I would like to buy some but maybe it is called something else here? Perhaps you can let me know the ingredients or send me a picture of the packaging. I am desperate to try some ceramic cone painting! Is the powder mixed with PVA glue and also water?

    best regards
    Ishtiaq Khan

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