Easily create festive and stylish Decoupage Fabric Glass Plates for parties and entertaining. Great for the holidays!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of DecoArt. I received product for this post. All ideas and opinions are 100% my own.
Okay, so I am totally obsessed with these Decoupage Fabric Glass Plates! I have been meaning to make this craft for awhile now and thought the holidays would be the perfect time to showcase these pretty plates. This project is so easy and inexpensive to make that you will want to customize plates for all your parties and dinner entertaining. Your tablescape will look fabulous!
Supplies (affiliate links):
- Fabric – Menagerie Tapestry Metallic Midnight / Menagerie Champagne Metallic Mint
- Dishwasher Safe Decou-Page
- Glass Plates
- Paint Brush
I bought glass plates at the dollar store for $1 and I am using Rifle Paper Co. fabric. This would be a great project to use any scrap fabric you have laying around.
Place your plate in the center of the fabric. Start by cutting a outline on the fabric around the glass plates with a pair of scissors. It doesn’t have to be perfect because we will trim the edges later.
Turn the plate upside down. Use a paint brush to apply a layer of dishwasher safe decou-page. The decou-page will dry clear. You need to work quickly before the adhesive dries. I found out that if you place a small bowl upside down under the plate that it makes it easier to work with the plate.
Place the pre-cut fabric print side down and smooth well with your fingers. Use a paint brush to apply another layer of decou-page over the fabric. Let dry for at least two hours. Repeat the process for remaining plates. I used an x-acto knife to trim the edges.
These Decoupage Fabric Glass Plates turned out better than what I expected. They were so easy to make and I just love how they look. Since the fabric is on the back of the plates, these plates are safe to eat on. When it comes to cleaning them, even though I used dishwasher safe decou-page, I would recommended hand washing them and do not soak.