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Lightly sketch the design you wish to paint onto your ceramic salt and pepper sets.
Mix some oxide powder with water in your small container. The mixture creates sediment of oxide so it’s important to mix it continuously as you paint.
Paint over your pencil design, using the oxide mixture.
This is what the end result should look like after painting.
When loading the kiln, place 3 stands in a triangular shape under each shelf, starting with the base shelf.
Do not allow the sets to make contact with one another, the oxide will melt and be absorbed into the ceramic piece, causing them to stick together if they touch.
This is what the kiln looked like when we were done loading it.
The baking time depends on the size of the kiln and how many items you are baking. We had to bake these 20 sets at 1060 degrees for 7 hours.
The end result is a unique salt and pepper set, which your friends will envy you for.