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Papercraft Roundup: Chigiri-e, paper cutting, and more

Posted by eredfern A collection of books and projects sure to interest those who love to craft with paper. ...


How to Sew Pouches for Your Craft Supplies

Posted by CalPatch These handy fabric cases can streamline your crafting tools, business cards and more. ...


How to Make a Super-Simple Crochet Hook Caddy

Posted by LindaPermann Keep your crochet hooks corralled with a pretty hook case. This version starts with a store-bought place mat to make it quick and easy, perfect for beginning sewers. ...


Organize Your Beads with Beaded Labels

Posted by susanstars My New Years resolution is to keep my beads and charms organized so my craft room doesnt turn into a sparkly, shiny mess and a half. Heres how I redid my bead boxes for an easy and pretty storage system! ...


Just in Time Stole: Whip Up a Lacy Wrap to Ring in the New Year

Posted by Tina_Hilton A wrap made of a glitzy yarn is the perfect way to ramp up the style volume. ...


How to Transform Holiday Tins

Posted by Sister_Diane At the end of every Christmas season, it seems like Ive accumulated a few too many holiday tins. So why not decoupage them into year-round storage containers ...


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Papercraft Roundup: Chigiri-e, paper cutting, and more

Posted by eredfern A collection of books and projects sure to interest those who love to craft with paper. ...


How to Sew Pouches for Your Craft Supplies

Posted by CalPatch These handy fabric cases can streamline your crafting tools, business cards and more. ...


How to Make a Super-Simple Crochet Hook Caddy

Posted by LindaPermann Keep your crochet hooks corralled with a pretty hook case. This version starts with a store-bought place mat to make it quick and easy, perfect for beginning sewers. ...


Organize Your Beads with Beaded Labels

Posted by susanstars My New Years resolution is to keep my beads and charms organized so my craft room doesnt turn into a sparkly, shiny mess and a half. Heres how I redid my bead boxes for an easy and pretty storage system! ...


Just in Time Stole: Whip Up a Lacy Wrap to Ring in the New Year

Posted by Tina_Hilton A wrap made of a glitzy yarn is the perfect way to ramp up the style volume. ...


How to Transform Holiday Tins

Posted by Sister_Diane At the end of every Christmas season, it seems like Ive accumulated a few too many holiday tins. So why not decoupage them into year-round storage containers ...


Amaco Artists Choice A66 Burnt Orange - GROUP-GLAMA66 - Crafts sku

- GROUP-GLAMA66 by Amaco Glazes

Item description: This Crafts Ceramics product is by Amaco Glazes - They can be fired over any earthenware clay; however they look their best over dark or red firing clay. The color in the clay will partially show through the texture and add another color dimension to the glaze. These glazes will look completely different depending on the clay they are applied on.Apply over cone 04 fired bisque or higher. Better results are achieved when red clay is fired one or more cones higher than the glaze firing. For glazes A-24 Exotic Blue and A-40 Seafoam Green, glaze fire slowly and add a 20 minutes hold at the end of the firing. The other glazes in the series will work well whether they are fired fast or slow. Cone 05. All glazes are lead free. All are AP Non-Toxic except A22, A32 and A40 which are CL label. All are dinnerware safe when fired per instructions.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Amaco Glazes

Keywords: Crafts & Hobbies

Category: Ceramics

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