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If a favorite plate or mug of yours has broken, all is not lost. Liz of Mill Girl shares some great tips and tricks for almost completely seamless ceramic repair – even on a decorative plate. The results are pretty darn amazing! [via @planetjune]


  • D. Clover

    I managed to fix several broken ceramic objects using this information (thank you!)
    I found this site (see link below) that restores ceramics and it documented further details on how to repair / restore broken, chipped or cracked ceramic step by step with several examples. It also lists what materials to use and where to purchase them (glue, fillers, cold glaze, paints). Take a look at:
    http://www.lakesidepottery.com/Pages/pottery-and-ceramic-fix-restoration-repair.html
    Good luck with your repair

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    Next time I read a blog, Hopefully it won’t disappoint me as much as this one. I mean, Yes, it was my choice to read, but I actually believed you would probably have something useful to talk about. All I hear is a bunch of crying about something that you can fix if you weren’t too busy searching for attention.
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  • craftygirl00

    great article! used tips from this tutorial along with http://www.gluehow.com/recommendation/Ceramic/to/Ceramic to find the right glue to use on a broken ceramic mug I’d been meaning to repair for ages