Home for the Holidays, by Thomas Kincaid

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Halloween Plate Craft!

I recently learned at church how to make a decorative plate (this one for Halloween!) that requires only the following items:

A plain glass plate Fabric of your choosing
Mod Podge
styrofoam bowl
Dark pen

1. Start with a plain glass plate...You can get these at the Dollar Store.

And fabric of your choosing...Mine is Halloween themed.

2. Place the plate face down on the fabric, centered over the area you would like to attache to the dish.

3. Use a dark pen or sharpie to draw around the dish, so that you have a circular piece of fabric.

4. Cut the fabric out.

5. Now, with the bowl still face down, use a sponge to apply a good layer of Mod Podge. Do not allow the Modge Podge to dry (here I am using different fabric - I made several of these plates).

6. Immediately apply the circle of fabric, right side down, to the back of the plate, beginning at the center and working outwards.

7. Leave the plate to dry.

You can make these plates to celebrate any holiday.  Some of my friends did these on Christmas themed fabric...  They are fun and don't take much time at all.



Myrnie said...

fancy, fancy! Love these, they must look adorable in your home :)

Sybil said...

What a fun idea..I have never seen anything like that kind of material etc like that over here...worse luck..
Have a lovely Halloween Night..

Bobbie said...

That apron in your header is ADORABLE!! I want one just like it!!

Grammy Staffy said...

Thank you for the idea. I love it. How darling. I must make some of these. Have a great week. Hugs, Lura

Laura said...

How cute!! Thank you for sharing. :)

WordSovereignty said...

This looks awesome.

Sybil said...

Elizabeth, I am concerned about you..no news for ages. Hope you are ok.
much Love Sybil xx

AprilsArtsiticAvenue said...

Are they washable??? They are fantastic!

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aiza said...

Its a good idea for decorating in a Halloween and Christmas. Its easy to make and you can have fun while your doing it.

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Messy said...

and even college them. I made one for my sister with her wedding picture (printed on regular paper, not photo paper). Then, since the picture didn't cover the plate, I just grabbed some tissue paper and layered it on until it was as solid as I wanted it. Turned out great. You just need to be careful not to get the paper too wet with the modge podge or it will tear.Happy crafting!!

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Wonderful sharing.amazing craft.keep it up dear.

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Unknown said...

Amazing, thanks for sharing. It's really easy to make my following the steps you mentioned.

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