As you can see, Ms. M. is at the table with all of our supplies: plates, sharpie markers (in a ton of colors!), tape for our home-made stencils, and that's it! (Oh my, oh my, this would be so much easier with a Silhouette! LOL!....Santa, can you hear me???????)
All we did was figure out ahead of time what we wanted to do. Just beware, once you've marked on the plate, you can't erase it, so we were pretty careful :)
I wanted to do a monogrammed initial plate for my soon-to-be initial wall in our bedroom. I'm pretty happy with the way it turned out.
I wasn't sure of what Ms. M. had decided to do, but I LOVE what she did!
This is a great idea to do with the kids, especially when it's 98 outside, with a heat index of 110! It didn't take us long to make them. After you get done with your art, place in a 150 degree oven for 30 minutes and they're done!
Great idea for a grandparent would be to outline the kids hands on a plate, have them color it and date it! I love the monogram plates too....very frugal idea for a dinner party and will only cost you $1.00 per plate!
I can’t thank y’all enough for stopping by and taking a peek into my little craft world! Please be sure to leave a comment, I love and read each one!!! I'm sharing this decorating idea with the following link-up parties:
TaterTots and Jello
Savvy Southern Style
The 36th Avenue
Five Days, Five Ways
French Country Cottage
I Should be Mopping the Floor
At the Picket Fence