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Tiered Serving Dish

By: Kirsten Jones
Vintage plates take on a second life stacked with a vintage candlestick holder.
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Skill Level: Beginner
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Supplies

FolkArt ® Home Decor™ Chalk - Yellow Crochet, 8 oz.
Item #34156
FolkArt Home Decor Chalk is an ultra-matte chalk finish acrylic paint that requires minimal surface prep, is easy to distress and can be layered and sanded to give you a perfect aged look and feel. FolkArt Home Decor Chalk is great for furniture, cabinets, walls, decorative glass, metal and more.

$7.99

Other Supplies
Vintage plate and bowl
Small candlestick
E6000
Fine grade sandpaper
Rubbing alcohol
Flat brush ½”
Paper towels
Foam plates
Water basin

Instructions

  1. Wash plates and candlestick with mild soap and water. Dry and wipe with rubbing alcohol to remove any leftover residue. 
  2. Apply Yellow Crochet to candlestick and let dry. Refer to bottle for curing times. 
  3. Apply second coat and let dry. 
  4. Lightly sand with sandpaper until desired weathered effect is achieved. 
  5. Glue base of candlestick to center of dish. 
  6. Glue top of candlestick to underside of bowl.
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