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by  Maddylane (Madeleine M Langlois)

Easy painting on ceramic with Porcelaine marker.

A touch of Zen with a specialty pen is all you need to give plain chinaware a brilliant bloom. A dash of
colour, such as bright red, is applied using only a few strokes of a Porcelain 150 marker. You can easily create a
trendy sake set in no time at all. Your design concept doesn’t have to be complicated. It can range from simple
blossoming florals, to swirls or basic geometric shapes and even just basic lines can add a stylish flair.


Hands-on time: 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the details of your artwork.
Total time: Plus 24 hours to air dry, and 35 minutes to bake and cure in the oven.
Skill: Easy and kid-friendly with adult supervision
Project cost: Under $15.00.

Materials & tools:
•  Plain white china sake set (or any other plain white china item)
•  Rubbing alcohol and a lint-free cloth
•  Porcelaine 150 felt tipped marker by Pébéo (red)
•  An oven
(Materials for this project are available at arts and craft stores.)

So simple, and yet so striking. Porcelaine 150 makes professional enameling available to all, with a new generation
of colours, glazed by simply baking in any domestic oven. All you have to decide is which hue is right for you.
Bright tints will pop up against the contrasting white background of the chinaware to showcase it or to use to
entertain.

Prepare the sake set in order for the paint to adhere properly to its surface by washing it with soapy water and pat
dry with a lint-free cloth or rub the surface with rubbing alcohol.

Choose a design concept, and a Porcelaine 150 marker in your choice of colour. You can opt to use a stencil,
stamps, and even transfer your design onto the chinaware using graphite paper if you prefer. The markers are
easy to use freehand and you can become quite creative, you may even surprise yourself.

Give the marker a few shakes, and then start the felt tip by applying it on a tile or glass item, but not on paper. The
colour goes on opaque. The Porcelaine 150 felt tip markers give brilliant colours which are quick-drying and tack
free to the touch in less than one hour. Several colours can be added if you choose.
Apply your design using the felt tip marker directly onto the sake bottle and cups, it’s as easy as that.

Once your design is completed, let the paints set and air dry for 24 hours before baking it. Place the chinaware
items in a cold oven and when the temperature of the oven has reached 150°C (300°F), bake for 35 minutes.
Once baked the colours are fully cured. Remove the chinaware items from the oven using oven mitts, and let them
cool.

Tips: There are no mistakes with this project. If you are not pleased with your designs, simply wipe it off using
rubbing alcohol on a lint-free cloth, and continue or start over. You can change your mind as many times as you
wish, but once the chinaware is baked the colours are permanent. The Porcelaine 150 paint markers are non-toxic,
and once cured, they are scratch resistant, dishwasher, food consumption and oven safe. To add fine detailing to
your project you can compliment your work with liners which are available in assorted colours also by Pébéo. You
can even combine the opaque Porcelaine 150 colours with the translucent Vitrea 160 markers or paints to achieve
really cool results. Numerous effects can be produced and experimented with using these products. They can be
applied to all heat-stable bases that are able to withstand a temperature of 150°C (300°F), such as porcelain,
china, glazed earthenware, terracotta, metal, enameled sheet steel, copper and glass.



Variations:
Children can have fun using the felt tipped markers to add designs to their plates, bowls and cups.

You can easily add colour and fashionable details to a slew of other chinaware items using the felt tipped paint
markers such as vases, plates and mugs.

For really original creations the felt tipped markers are simply wonderful to add letters, text, messages, names and
monograms to any chinaware items.

Other Zen designs, such as ferns, bamboo, leaves or symbols can be applied to sushi plates and tea sets to
coordinate your new sake set.
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