A couple of weeks ago PaperCrafts put out a call for ornaments with which they would decorate a tree, with proceeds going to a local children's hospital. I've been playing with ornaments and had several porcelain blanks finished by tonight. Of course, when I dug out my e-mail with specifics on it, I didn't see porcelain mentioned anywhere! I may have to redo some in paper. . . Oh well--I have a few Christmas gifts made, if that's the case! I'll share more when I get them made from paper.
First I stamped these two Lockhart Angels (Trumpet and Wreath) in Black Brilliance ink on a porcelain blank. **Please note that I've had these blanks in a drawer for a couple of years; the company that I originally bought from seems not to be around. I'm not sure where you can get these now. If you happen to know a good source for porcelain blanks, feel free to post it in the comments section so that others can find it too! Thank you!**
After hitting the stamped image with my heat gun for a few second to make sure that it was dry, I colored the images with my Copic markers. I love their vibrancy, even on porcelain! Here's the part that I'm not sure of: the smaller-sized blank was too small, but the angels seemed to practically swim on these. I added sky to help fill in a bit of space (B00), and on one I added an SU sentiment. I wish I had put it about 1/8" lower. :-( I should have gotten out my stamp positioner to experiment with positions before I stamped it!
I'll probably share more ornaments in the next few days if I have more playtime. Thanks for visiting!
Edited to Add: Robin is the hero for the day! She found the company that Cridge Porcelain sold out to. I had googled everything that I could think of and hadn't come up with this information. Thanks, Robin! (Link embedded above.) I will try to post Copic colors later today. It was so late when I was posting that my brain didn't think to add that information. . . Thanks!