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Upside Down Cheesecake Apple Pie! This really is the most amazing dessert ever! Cheesecake and apples make the most amazing pie filling wrapped in a flaky crust! Made by SpendWithPennies.com

Upside Down Cheesecake Apple Pie! This really is the most amazing dessert ever! Cheesecake and apples make the most amazing pie filling wrapped in a flaky crust! Made by SpendWithPennies.com

Category: Glaze, Green, Author: Jayne Bunting, Notes: Taken form a recipe on Pinterest - apologies I cannot find the original source. The original recipe contained Barium Carbonate I replaced this with Strontium Carbonate. Thickness of glaze application has quite an impact on the final glaze colour. Not food safe Clay Body on Test is Scarva Earthstone Clay ES20 Smooth stoneware ^4 - ^9 this was actually fired to ^6 on an E3slow cool firing schedule (refer to John Britt The Complete Guide to…

Category: Glaze, Green, Author: Jayne Bunting, Notes: Taken form a recipe on Pinterest - apologies I cannot find the original source. The original recipe contained Barium Carbonate I replaced this with Strontium Carbonate. Thickness of glaze application has quite an impact on the final glaze colour. Not food safe Clay Body on Test is Scarva Earthstone Clay ES20 Smooth stoneware ^4 - ^9 this was actually fired to ^6 on an E3slow cool firing schedule (refer to John Britt The Complete Guide to…

50.0 Frit 3124 40.0 Frit 3134 10.0 EPK 1.0 Bentonite

50.0 Frit 3124 40.0 Frit 3134 10.0 EPK 1.0 Bentonite

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts Daily archives, turns up lots of articles on various ways to print on clay.... Read More »

Today, I am going to share a ceramic decorating technique that was adapted from another artistic process: screen-printing textiles. Printing onto clay is not a new technique. A browse through the Pottery Making Illustrated back issues or the Ceramic Arts

DeBuse-On-The-Loose: A little starch goes a long way

DeBuse-On-The-Loose: A little starch goes a long way