Take Home Kit 1 – Little bowls / any creations (includes 2 firings and glaze)

$40.00

Keep yourself entertained with these fun packs to make a set of bowls and spoons, or whatever you would like to create!  This is a good kit if you want to ‘do your own thing’ and dream up your own creations.  You get all your clay, slip for decorating, video link, PDF instructions, 2 kiln firings, glaze and glazing included in the price.   Other kits on the market don’t include firing and you have to purchase the clear glaze as extra. 

Description

Home pottery kit to make a set of bowls etc or your own artistic creations; you can either pick up the clay from the studio or have it delivered.

Either use these on your own or with your partner or have a group of friends around and make it social. Get one kit or get a few to make a few different pieces.  If you are doing the kits as a larger group of friends you can watch the video beforehand or just use the pdf alone.

For any help please text or call Sally on 0439709492.

Pick up at Hazy Tales Studio, 10-16 Mayall Way (formally 116 Collins Street Drysdale).  Alternatively have it posted.  You will also return it to this location for firing.  

What you will receive:

  1. A pdf of instructions downloadable straight away with this order.
  2. A video of instructions – A private You Tube link will be sent to you with your order.
  3. Help on hand – My number Sally 0439709492 to contact for any help by text or phone.
  4. Clay.
  5. Slip to decorate.
  6. Once your work has dried out full for a couple of weeks each piece is then bisque fired in the kiln for 12 hours to 1000 ℃, cooled for 24hours.  It is then removed and painted with a clear or white glaze and re-fired in the kiln for another 8 hours to 1080 ℃ and cooled for 20 hours then ready to pick up finished ready for you to use.

What you will also need from your home:

  1. Small bowl of water.
  2. Paintbrushes for the water for attaching and for painting on the white slip (1 larger and 1 smaller is ideal).
  3. A fork for scoring and a knife for cutting.
  4. Wood kitchen spatula to use to paddle the clay. (optional)
  5. Something to carve into the clay, possibly the end of a spoon, pen etc.  Can be used to merge clay as well.
  6. T-towel or wood to work on or anything you have that the clay won’t get stuck to.
  7. Hairdryer.
  8. Rolling pin optional.
  9. Anything to press into the clay such as leaves optional.
  10. Optional a bowl or bucket to wash your hands in to throw outside later.