Just a quick post tonight about our personalised gift tags, and then I am off to bed (Amelia-Jayne is back in her own room as the paint smell has finally gone which means no more hurdling the travelcot to reach the bed! Woohoo!).
Today started doing home work with Chloe (my six year old) learning all about question marks and exclamation marks! And since has been busy glazing and packing orders, all while watching out for Amelia-Jayne touching wet paint – she actually managed to tip over and split oven a new tub of white paint today (who knew she had the strength to move the paint tubs!). And will end acting the toothfairy (I very nearly forgot!) for tooth number two which fell out just in time for her to enjoy roast dinner!
Making our Personalised Gift Tags
Just a quick post tonight to show in pictures the making process behind our porcelain personalised gift tags.
Hope you enjoy!
First up making the tags, once dry the gift tags get bisque fired to 1000 degrees C, next (pic 2) the tags are glazed and high fired to 1260 degrees C. Finally to add the mother of pearl to the snowflakes and doves, lustre is applied and the tags are fired for a third and final time.
Next the personalisation for the gift tags is laser printed on to special ceramic transfer paper, and the transfer process is completed.
Finally the personalised gift tags are strung on ribbon. These personalised tags can be provided in a gift box sent along side an item as a gift.