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Are you ready to get creative? We all now have the ability to transform any plain items of porcelain into a unique piece of functional art!

The Pebeo Porcelain 150 paint range gives everyone the opportunity to create personalised items for their home without the need for a kiln! Depending on your preference, the range is available in paint tubs, markers or tubes which you can use to decorate any plain porcelain, earthenware or ceramics. Simply choose your colours from the extensive range, create your design and then bake in your oven! Fun for all ages, my son recently drew a portrait of his dad on a cup for Fathers Day, it is an adorable keepsake that we will treasure always!

The Pebeo range is available to purchase through many great craft suppliers worldwide, just Google Pebeo Porcelain 150 paint range to find your closest stockist.

Below I have included a selection of hand drawn works on ceramics, a little inspo to get you started!

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Naked Girl Tea Set by Esther Horchner

(Obsessed with her illustrations! So, so beautiful…)

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Room for Emptiness

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Arrows and Triangles Plate by Folksy

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Hand Drawn Plate by Pretty Little Thieves

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Doilies in Green By Esther Coombs

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Free Falling Plates by Whole Wild World

Interested in having a go of creating a piece of your own? Here is a brilliant step by step tutorial which you might find very helpful. Happy making!

3 Comments Post a comment
  1. Love that green doilies set… so lovely!

    October 18, 2013
  2. yvette mundell #

    Fantastic gift idea. Love the first naked girl tea cup, oh I love them all!

    October 22, 2013

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