Ceramic painting

    A fantastic hands-on activity for kids, and it’s wonderful that their creations will become functional, usable, and food-safe items. Here’s a step-by-step guide for teaching kids how to decorate and paint ceramic pieces using different techniques:

    Step-by-Step Guide:

    Introduction and Inspiration:
    Show the kids examples of painted ceramics and different techniques to inspire their creativity.
    Cleaning and Preparing Ceramic Pieces:
    Ensure the ceramic pieces are clean and free of dust or debris before starting.
    Base Coating:
    Begin by applying a base coat to the ceramic pieces using ceramic paint. Discuss color choices and how they can affect the final outcome.
    Technique Demonstrations:
    Demonstrate various painting techniques, such as brushstrokes, stippling, sponging, and detailing.
    Layering and Detailing:
    Discuss the concept of layering colors and adding details to create depth and interest in their designs.
    Texture Techniques:
    Introduce the use of sponges or cotton swabs for creating textures on the ceramic surface.
    Drying Break:
    Allow time for the painted pieces to dry completely before proceeding to the next step.
    Glazing and Firing:
    Explain the process of glazing and firing, and let the kids know that their pieces will be left in the studio for this process.
    Pick-Up Information:
    Provide details about when the painted pieces will be ready for pick-up after glazing and firing, typically within 10 days.
    Celebration and Display:
    Once the ceramic pieces are ready for pick-up, celebrate the kids’ achievements and display their functional artworks.

333 Old South Head Rd, North Bondi NSW 2026, Australia

5 - 12 years old

3 hours



Accepts creative kids vouchers

Where to find us

333 Old South Head Rd, North Bondi NSW 2026, Australia

About the provider

For some classic fun, paint at Plaster Master Fun Centre.

We provide

1. Your most beloved Plaster figures, animals, and cars are waiting for you to paint them however you please. To really make them pop, we can optionally add gloss and glitter.

2. Our wide selection of ceramic money and jewelry boxes, bowls, mugs, plates, vases, and vases that you can customize with your own chic and wild patterns. After 10 days of being fired in our kiln, these ceramics are safe to eat and can be used for their intended purpose.

3. Every year during the school break, we host camps with brand-new activities.

4. Children's events: painting, slime, and puppet performances

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