How to 'Hortensia's with Porcelaine 150'
08-08-2018 Elly
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Hydrangeas... so many small leaves... so many colors... so much (late) summer feeling...
What do you need?
Pebeo Porcelaine 150, different colors (for example: 24029, 24043, 24060, 24012, 24030)
Pebéo Thinner
Alcohol Ketonatus
Foam
Cork pieces or little pieces or wood
Pen
Scissor
Glue of glue gun
Palette
Wooden pricker
Sponge
Brush
Paper towels
How to
Degrease with alcohol ketonatus.

Step 1: Draw small hydrangea flowers on the foam. (Usually four broad short leaves.)
Step 2: Cut the leaves separately.
Step 3: Glue the leaves on the cork (make sure the foam leaves stay within the cork).

Use a dark, light and white color for the flowers. Dab some paint on the leaves and dap excess paint on your palette. Stamp now on your dish/ plate. Stamp multiple times over each other: sometimes more than 10 times. The color differences  is what makes the flowers more lively. Create nice bunches or compositions. When the flowers are ready,  create a ‘heart’ by using a wooden pricker, for example with light green and white. You can create smooth leaves by using a piece of sponge and for the edges a brush.  On the leaves you can place small dots if desired.
Attention: Never dilute the paint with water, but with the Pebéo Thinner.
Bake: 35 minutes at 150 degrees in a oven.
Necessities
431201 - Kippers - Alcohol ketonatus 96

3.25

Kippers

110ml / 96%
024-012 - Pebeo - Estruscan Red

4.25

Pebeo

45ml
024-030 - Pebeo - Peridot

4.25

Pebeo

45ml
024-043 - Pebeo - Ivory

4.25

Pebeo

45ml
024-050 - Pebeo - Tender Pink

4.25

Pebeo

45ml
038-004 - Pebeo - Diluant Medium

5.10

Pebeo

45ml
159.201 - Le Suh - White

1.10

Le Suh

A4, 2mm
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