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  1. L O V E Cube Stamp

    From the album Handmade Clay Stamps

    This one spells out L O V E with two other decorative sides.

    © Giselle Massey, Giselle No. 5 All Rights Reserved

  2. Hi everyone! I'm brainstorming about different ways to add text to ceramic pieces. I'm making a set of gray plates and I want the text to be small (in the neighbourhood of 14-point), subtle, and food-safe. I also don't think I will glaze over top, I just want to leave the stoneware (^6) as is. I'd love to hear your suggestions! Here's what I can think of so far: 1. scratch the text into leather hard or dry greenware. Leave as is or fill in with underglaze or glaze. (I think I'd particularly like the look of a coat of glaze and then everything wiped off the top so the glaze just stayed in the words) 2. Ceramic decals, which I know next to nothing about. Are they food-safe or do you have to put glaze over top? 3. Meticulously placing alphabet pasta in place and pressing gently into the clay. It will burn out in the bisque fire. (I have tried this and it works great, but that's a LOT of sorting through alphabet pasta!) 4. buy some letter stamps and use those. (Again, perhaps too labor-intensive for a set of plates.) 5. Paint words on with an underglaze or heavily pigmented glaze. (Are underglazes food safe, or do you have to put glaze over top?) Anything I missed?
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