Hey, when I see an alliteration, I run with it! And to be completely honest, these porcelain plates ARE pretty. They're also extremely easy to make and affordable to boot!
Jenn whipped out a can of Kilz primer to make these lovely faux porcelain milk bottles. Although, as she notes, any bottle would work. The secret behind the porcelain look is the finish of the primer, which mimics
One box of unwanted china + one black porcelain paint marker = a one robot-themed cup and saucer every robot-loving dork would love. (Hand goes up indicating my dork-ness.)
Using two cups and saucers she found at her local thrift store, Aya created a one-of-a-kind tea set. Can't draw? Aya suggests writing a poem or a favorite quote on your dishes instead.
Until I spotted Diane's post on Craftstylish, I had no idea you could actually make porcelain. Sure, you can do the polymer clay route, but this DIY method is so much more awesome. Diane says cold porcelain is the perfect medium to make small objects and jewelry bobbles.
To make cold porcelain, you'll need: