Create a Bud Vase With Assembled Parts

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Introduction: Create a Bud Vase With Assembled Parts

About: Celebrating 31 Years of Excellence in the Pottery Field... Bailey Ceramic Supply was the outgrowth of two professional potters, Jim Bailey and Anne Shattuck Bailey. What has always set the Bailey Pottery Equip…

Extruded forms can be used individually or as modules to create more complex pieces. Each module may be a simple shape on it's own but, when joined together with others, can become a very elaborate form. Today we are going to demonstrate how to make a bud vase out of extruded parts. Follow along to create a beautiful functional piece!

Step 1: Create Tubes

Tubes were created using the Bailey Standard 4 Extruder. Once the extruded forms had stiffened enough to handle, we cut them into various lengths and angled one end.

Step 2: Smooth

Each tube was sponged to smooth the walls and edges.

Step 3: Score

After determining where the tubes would be attached to each other, we scored the contact areas using the Xiem retractable scoring tool to ensure a good bond.

Step 4: Join Tubes

Step 4:The three tubes were then joined to create a single form.

Step 5: Create Base

To create the bottom, we placed the vase on a slab and traced around it's base using the Bailey wipe out tool. We then cut out the fitted piece.

Step 6: Complete the Form

After scoring the slab and bottoms of the tubes, the pieces were joined to complete the form.

Step 7: Final Vase

The final multi-part bud vase.

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    2 Discussions

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    Swansong
    Swansong

    3 years ago

    That's really pretty, do you have any photos and info for glazing and finishing it?

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    BaileyPottery
    BaileyPottery

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank You, we are working on more and will post soon.