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‘Eat If You Dare’ Serving Plate

By: Kindra Boroff
Kindra Boroff
Kindra Boroff

I have a Bachelors degree in Marketing from Georgia State University and I have always had an interest in art & design. I have a three beautiful children and a wonderful husband whom encourages and sparks my creativity. I am thankful to be able to stay at home with my children and be able to work on my crafts. I am always amazed what I have learned from my children about being creative I love to turn anything old & new into something creative.

This platter will have Halloween party-goers thinking twice before going for those treats!
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Skill Level: Intermediate
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Supplies

FolkArt ® Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paints - Pure Black, 2 oz.
Item #2957
This is the only paint you'll ever need! Paint wood, glass, ceramic, metal, terra cotta, rigid plastic, canvas, styrofoam, slate, paper mache and fabric with the same bottle. Our patented, self-sealing formula offers superior coverage for fewer coats and quicker drying times. With a dishwasher-safe satin finish, this water-based non-toxic formula resists moisture and rust comes in a wide color palette including basics and trend-right shades.

$1.99

Mod Podge ® Dishwasher Safe Gloss, 8 oz.
Item #CS15059
Your projects are easier to clean with the new top-rack dishwasher safe formula.

$8.49

Other Supplies
10” Clear glass plate
6” Square polka dot paper
“Eat if you Dare” label
Color copies of eyes
Scissors

Instructions

  1. Apply a coat of Mod Podge to the front of the label and carefully press the label to the center of the backside of the plate. Press any wrinkles or bubbles from the paper.
  2. Apply a coat of Mod Podge to the front of the polka dot paper and lay it over the label as shown. Wipe any excess Mod Podge off and allow to dry.
  3. Cut the eyes into different sized circles. Flip the plate over and layout the eyes before adhering to the plate. Use the Mod Podge to adhere the eyes to the backside of the plate. Be sure to gently press the bubbles and wrinkles from the paper before the Mod Podge dries.
  4. Trim any excess paper from the rim of the plate and paint the backside with Pure Black.
  5. When the paint is dry apply a few coats of the Mod Podge to the back of the plate.
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