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Ceramic Painting

I've been looking into this Sharpie mug 350 degrees craft and it looks as though many people have been experiencing fading or the colors coming off altogether. Therefore, I would like to share this bloggers page. She explains to the tee how she cooked her mug at 425 for 30 minutes and then left the mug to cool in the oven. The results: a permanent cup at last! Check this out!

DIY Sharpie and BIC Mug Experiment

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How to Make Hand-Painted Plates Give inexpensive white dinner plates a high-end, custom look with a stenciled design and ceramic paint. Not only is this project great for the holidays, but also for weddings, anniversaries and birthdays.

How to Make Hand-Painted Plates

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Drip Painted Rainbow Pots use the drip painting technique, which kids will love because it is simple and produces a rainbow effect. Make these painting projects for kids like these painted ceramic pots for unique gifts and garden crafts.

something fun to have there?? My version of these mugs I saw from another post. Buy any ceramic piece (I got mine at Dollar Tree!), some glass/ceramic paint pens, and design away. Bake in the oven for 30 min at 350, leave in oven to cool. Hand wash after use!

My cute new plates I painted with ceramic paint. Let dry 24 hrs and bake at 150 degrees for 40 minutes...voila!!