Two plates; glass or plastic
Vinyl or other embellishments
1. Start by washing and drying your plates thoroughly. The glass plates I purchased are from JoAnn's for $3.99 each, but I got them buy one get one half off.
2. Lay your plate on the fabric and cut fabric around the plate leaving room on all edges. If you'd rather, you could also trace the fabric and cut it to exactly fit the plate.
3. Once fabric is cut, apply a thin layer of Mod Podge directly onto the plate and then lay your fabric face down onto the back of the plate.
4. Once fabric is down, continue to apply Mod Podge directly onto the fabric on the plate. Don't be afraid to really get a lot of Mod Podge onto the fabric and work from the inside out to smooth out wrinkles. Be sure to get the sides of the plate and use your fingers to massage the fabric down the sides of the plate, as well.
5. Let the plate dry a few hours until hard. Then trim the fabric on all sides and corners of the plate. After I trimmed, I added another layer of Mod Podge to the sides of the plate to make the fabric lay down evenly on all the sides and corners.
6. Apply vinyl phrases or other embellishments to your plates. (Be Inspired and Be Yourself seem fitting this week since I'm heading to SNAP!).
The Cards We Drew!! And HUGE thanks to Plaid for sending me some Mod Podge to try out on this project!!!!
HOW CUTE IS THIS PROJECT ABBEY, I LOVE IT SO MUCH. THANK YOU FOR SHARING IT. Be sure to visit Abbey's blog its so cute.