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willowhearne

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About willowhearne

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  • Birthday 07/02/2001

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    South Florida
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    Pottery, entomology, ornithology
  1. I'm fairly new to pottery (only a month and a half since I bought my wheel) and yesterday attempted to make ceramic roses. They turned out quite well, but I'm wondering how to fire them. The petals are rather thin and I'm worried they might crack/fall off in the kiln. This is only my first flower though so not a big deal if it doesn't work. In short, what's the best way to make/fire flowers? I saw another person made each petal separately, fired them, and put them together afterwards. My petals are too brittle to do that I think. Has anyone found a good way to make flowers and fire them well? Also, what do I do about a stem? Should I make a ceramic stem and then attach it to the flower after it's fired? Thank you, Willow
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