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  1. Hello, I've tried in vain to find in internet searches how to fire text into clay, and hoping someone can advise me. Attached is a photo of what I'm attempting to achieve- which is typing in various fonts and sizes and printing, then transferring it via the firing process onto clay as seen in the photo. Any advise? I am an ametuer at firing, I just got a mini kiln for the sole purpose of trying this process, which is a bigger part of mosaic art that I do. (My interest is to enhance projects with quotes.) Thank you in advance for any assistance!
  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
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