This is my first attempt to use lace to glaze a project. I pressed the lace to the surface of the project while I then dabbed glaze onto it with the barbecue brushes, making sure that it didn't get bumped in the process. Then I waited for it to dry and pulled it off. On my weekly page you can see what the glaze looked like before it was fired but even though it blurred a lot, I still really like the way it turned out. The dark color against the white of the sea mix creates a powerful impression and the blotchy shape of the glaze makes a confused and dramatic image. I like thinking that when people look at it they will be able to tell that there's a pattern but won't be able to tell what it is! That's so cool. I feel mysterious. You can't really tell from this picture but this vase is actually really well made too. I pulled up the maximum amount of clay from the bottom and I've mastered the downward pull to even out the sides. I'm very happy with this vase and we shall see how the second and third attempts with lace turn out.