I'm sorry but I have a hearing problem and did not understand the names of the ingredients. Is there a written "recipe" for the video above>????
I took this list of ingredients from video (I haven't tried this yet myself, so I can't say if recipe may need some adjusting.)corn starch: 1 and half cupschool glue: 1 cupwhite vinegar: 1 Tblspooncooking oil (olive oil) or baby oil: 1 Tblspoonbody lotion: 1 teaspoon
thanks, my hearing aids went on a short "vacation" and I couldn't hear a thing she said. plus, I have a terrible time with accents. My French Canadian friends think I'm terribly "slow" LOL
For another good recipe check out Sangeeta Shah at www.everlastingblooms.webs.com. She cooks her cold porcelain in the microwave and there is no need to cover the finished item in nail polish. I actually never heard of this before. Her website is very nice with a tutorial on how to make the cold porcelain. She also shows a lot of beautiful flower arrangements that she made. She has been doing this for a long time and there are newspaper articles about her work. Hope you enjoy her website.
Sangeeta does very lovely work, She is a long-time member of our Yahoo Group. Her microwave recipe (& video) is on our recipe page and is the recipe I use most often. She also has other recipes that are used for specific purposes. Note that you don't need to coat finished objects with nail polish but all cold porcelain should be sealed with something. It will protect both the clay and the paint from water damage and dirt. I prefer a matte spray sealer.
Thank you I'll be trying that!
Great video I will be trying it soon. I watched the video 3 times so I could write down the ingredients. Thank you so much for something so easy. Gin Derk
hit pause to write down recipe
I really enjoyed watching the video. I haven't tired yet I just now watched the video. but I like the fact no cooking. my other cold porcelian cracked before I could get anything done. and some even started with mold. I am anxious to try this and make some of your prodjects. I have all your tutorials saved to a folder so when I start to make my things. thank you for putting this in english. your work is awesome.love it.
no one ans. my inquiry-------------can I use this to repair a small crack in a china teapot lid>
Please see answer where question was originally posted. http://coldporcelaintutorials.blogspot.com/2010/08/recipes-to-make-your-own-cold-porcelain.html
Thanks for sharing!!
Thanks for sharing! Can I use cold porcelain for the jar mushroom house project? http://diy-projectss.blogspot.gr/2013/11/glass-jar-mushroom-house.htmlThe fact that it needs no cooking and the fact that it can be coloured even with food colouring makes it very appealing. However, will it stuck on the glass jar?
Hi thank you for this video, it is very good. I tried this out today. . .did not turn out as well as yours. It got stuck to my hands and took a while to get off. I want to put emphasis on using a lot of corn starch when kneading it. I think not using enough corn starch is where I went wrong. I may try this again in the future, thank you for the tutorial :)
Thank you for the demonstration. I look forward to trying my hand at this....xox
Great video....easy to follow. I will have to try this soon!
i made one but it cracks...
There's a number of reasons for cracking...such as object dried too fast or CP paste wasn't kneaded enough before starting. You can patch cracks by thinning some paste and filling cracks with it.
Can this recipe be doubled or tripled?
It would probably be better to make batch using quantities in recipe and then make a second batch if more CP is needed. It is much easier to knead the smaller batches and proper kneading is needed to prevent cracks.
Very nice tutorial. Why is it that some artists "cook" the CP and some don't? I don't understand the reasoning behind cooking it if you don't have to.Thanks.
Thank you very much for taking the time to comment! ;-)Sorry I had to re-instate the 'word verification'...I'm getting far too much spam in the comment box.