23.12.12

Advent day number 23...

23.

Today I am offering my readers the chance to win a small dots bowl
by Danish brand Helbak

My question is...

What is the technique Malene Helbak uses to create her beautiful pieces?

Please answer in the comment field and I will pick an answer tomorrow :)

♥ THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED ♥


♥♥♥

LOVENORDIC

29 comments:

  1. Bara22:18

    hello, it's called "transfer printing" and it looks great!
    slecna @ centrum.cz

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  2. Anonymous22:40

    Fantastic design work she's uses great materials to produce her product and never designs a product by cutting corners they are fabulous

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  3. 'her earthenware technique is called 'transfer printing' which involves baking the earthenware 3 times before applying a transparent glaze'

    Nearly there now .... getting excited

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  4. Transfer Printing?

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  5. Malene Helbak uses earthenware technique called 'transfer printing' which involves baking the earthenware 3 times before applying a transparent glaze.
    Merry Christmas!

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  6. Anonymous00:30

    Malene Helbaks earthenware technique is called "transfer printing". So sad this giveaway is nearly over!!!! Much love Jennifer D xx

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  7. it's called 'transfer printing'.
    Merry Christmas :)

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  8. Malene Helbak's earthenware technique is called 'TRANSFER PRINTING' which involves baking the earthenware 3 times before applying a transparent glaze.
    She also decorates each piece by hand!

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    1. hi jemma,

      you are the winner!

      please email me your postal address:

      info@lovenordic.co.uk

      merry christmas!

      samantha x

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  9. transfer printing...

    Merry Christmas!

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  10. Juliette green01:37

    Malene Helbak uses a technique called ' transfer printing' x

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  11. transfer printing which is baking earthenware 3 times before it becomes a clear glaze . intl.

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  12. sprintze07:30

    "...her earthenware technique is called 'transfer printing' which involves baking the earthenware 3 times before applying a transparent glaze."

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  13. Anonymous07:32

    Transfer printing! This would be a great present for my wife. Merry Christmas!! Henrik

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  14. The technique is 'transfer printing'.
    Merry Christmas
    Roopa roopaherein@yahoo.com

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  15. The technique is called 'Transfer Printing' x

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  16. Transfer printing.
    Merry Christmas!

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  17. Anonymous12:08

    transfer printing :-)

    God jul
    Nannahh

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  18. Michi12:12

    It's called 'transfer printing'.
    Merry Christmas to all of you!!!!!
    xxx

    (thetronsoms@web.de)

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  19. Anonymous12:45

    Transfer printing..... merry Xmas!

    Jasonchavez2000@yahoo.com

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  20. The earthenware technique is called 'transfer printing' :) Happy Holidays:)

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  21. Transfer printing
    Katbaro (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  22. Anonymous14:28

    Great mug, i'd love to win! The technique is called "transfer printing".

    Merry Christmas,
    Maja

    20.811m@gmail.com

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  23. Tranfer printing! Thanks for the change!

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  24. Anonymous15:49

    Malene Helbak earthenware technique is called 'transfer printing' which involves baking the earthenware 3 times before applying a transparent glaze.
    Happy Christmas !
    Celine

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  25. Jetsi18:24

    The technique is known as 'transfer printing'.
    Merry Christmas :)

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  26. Anonymous21:29

    Transfer printing! Merry Christmas, Lissy

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  27. Anonymous23:22

    Transfer printing. Merry Christmas!

    sigfridpettersen63@hotmail.com

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