Supplies Needed:

Step 1

Clay Slab

Roll out a 1/4” slab of clay using the roller kit.

*A piece of canvas or paper towel may be used to avoid the clay from sticking to the surface.

Step 2

Dish Shape

Cover the clay slab with plastic wrap.

Firmly press the hexagon shape cutter into the clay slab.

*NOTE: The hexagon pottery shape cutter used in this projects can be found at:
Remove the access clay from around the hexagon shape.

Step 3

Pottery Foam

Center the clay hexagon shape in the center of the foam.

Center the pottery form on top of the clay hexagon shape. Firmly press it down into the foam and then release it.

This action will result in a shallow clay dish.

Gently remove the pottery form from the dish.

*NOTE: The pottery form used in this project can be found at:

Step 4


Lightly dust the bottom of the clay dish with cornstarch.

Center the bee pottery stamp on the bottom of the dish and indent it into the clay.

Gently remove the pottery stamp from the dish.

*NOTE: The pottery stamp used for this project can be found at:

Step 5


Allow clay to fully dry. Drying time will vary depending on temperature and humidity.

Step 6

Bisque Fire

Fire clay in kiln to cone 06.
Biscuit: Cone 06 (1855ºF)

Step 7


Apply glaze to the bisque dish according to manufacturer’s directions.

*NOTE: These are the glazes used for this project.

Step 8

Glaze Fire

Fire the glazed piece in the kiln. Follow manufacturer’s firing guidelines.
Firing range: Cone 6-10 (2269º-2381ºF)