ESSENTIAL: Selecting Slump Molds You can use real plates, small trays and shallow bowls as a slump mold to form a plate. The sides of the dinnerware must rise gently from the interior base without sharp corners or steep angles.
TIP: Making the Slab Make the slab 4 to 6 mm (1/8 to 1/4 inch) thick. It should be at least 5 cm (2 inches) larger than your plate slump mold on all sides.
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Make a plate using a real plate as a slump mold. Once made, decorate with coloured slip using stencilsor transfers.
After decorating the plate with stencilsor transfers, remove it from the paper plate slump mold.
Final steps to finish a plate. Watch the video Wrap it Up to learn how to store the plate once it is completed.