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How to Make a Beaded Ceramic Decorative Bowl

Imagine a stunning ceramic bowl adorned with intricate beads, adding a touch of elegance and charm to any space. This decorative piece is not just a bowl, but a work of art that can elevate the aesthetic of a room. The combination of ceramic craftsmanship and delicate beadwork creates a unique and eye-catching design that is sure to impress anyone who lays eyes on it. Whether displayed on a dining table, coffee table, or shelf, this bowl will instantly draw attention with its beautiful detailing and craftsmanship. The beads add a touch of texture and dimension to the smooth ceramic surface, creating a visually appealing contrast that makes this bowl truly stand out. Add this beaded ceramic decorative bowl to your home decor collection and watch as it becomes a conversation starter and a beloved accent piece in your space.

Materials:
Terracotta Saucer
E6000
All purpose drywall compound
Marbles or Expoxy putty to make the beads.

 

I picked up a terracotta planter saucer and the marbles from the Dollar Store.
I then used E6000 to attach the marbles. I also used a little bit of hot glue to hold them in place while the E6000 dried.
I sprayed painted the entire thing with white spray paint (not pictured)
Once dry, I put some drywall compound on the saucer and spread it with my fingers all through the saucer including the marbles.

I used some water to smooth the compound and allowed to dry completely.
I then used a sanding block to sand some of the unevenness.
I used some white acrylic paint to touch up any areas that were still showing through and some gray paint to add a little distressing.

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