How to 'Hortensia's with Porcelaine 150'
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)
Cork pieces or little pieces or wood
Glue of glue gun
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.