This 6” round shallow dish is made from white polymer clay stamped with my brush pen sketch “Bath”, then painted and given a wash of white.
Because they are handmade and shaping, stamping and drying changes their dimensions, they are not uniform in size, shape or thickness, but that makes each one unique.
NOTES ON USE:
- These are not safe for use with food.
- These cannot be used as a hot pad for items taken out of the oven or microwave or off the stove, any item which has been heated by cooking—the polymer will soften from the heat.
- These work great as a coaster for items filled with hot food or liquids, like mugs of coffee or tea or dishes filled with cooked food. There is not enough heat transferred to affect the polymer.
Each dish is formed and painted individually. I roll the clay fairly thin, cut it with a 6″ cutter, and baked it on a curved plate. The plate is painted in violet acrylic paint, a little heavier on the kitty and around the edge, then given a wash of white to fill the impression from the stamp.
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