Step 1: Take an old thrift store plate or a plate you no longer use. The plate I chose is one of my 9 chargers. I can’t even seat 9 people at my dinner table (and honestly I can count on one hand how many times I’ve used these chargers in the past decade), so I thought I’d sacrifice one for this project.
Step 4: Play around with your print to get the look you like the best.
Step 5: Cover the area you want to cover with Mod Podge, place your cut out where you want it, and paint over it again. If you see an air bubble forming, just smooth it out with your finger. Allow each coat of Mod Podge to dry before applying more. When it is all dry, give it a good coat all over. I used a larger brush for this step and I used a circular stroke so that my brush strokes would dry in a “plate” pattern.
Step 6: Tell your plate not to be bashful as you conduct her first photo shoot.
Beautiful, now smile for me from way up there! That’s it….
Work it, work it…
Yes, beautiful. Think family…think beach and the wind flowing through your…uh..lettery lines.
Step 7: Stop anthropomorphizing your plate and go get some fresh air because obviously all of those spray paint fumes have gotten to you!