Good morning， my DIY crafters!？ Cutting Edge Stencils loves a thrifty craft project， don’；t you？ Beautiful hand painted plates can be very expensive.？ That’；s why we love the idea of giving inexpensive white dinner p...
Good morning， my DIY crafters!？ Cutting Edge Stencils loves a thrifty craft project， don’；t you？ Beautiful hand painted plates can be very expensive.？ That’；s why we love the idea of giving inexpensive white dinner plates a high-endaccent pillow case baby canvas nursery， custom look with a stenciled design.baby pillows
We’；d like to introduce Kathleen， the DIYer and blogger behind Dreaming of DIY. Kathleen had been trying to find accent plates to use on her table during non-holiday times.？ She wanted something that had a pop of color and a pretty Paisley pattern but didn’；t cost her a fortune.？ After searching high and low for orange plates with a paisley pattern， her DIY light bulb went off.？ Kathleen decided to make them herself using a stencil and colored sharpies.？？ She had our beautiful Paisley Allover Stencil from a previous project and decided to reuse it for this one.？ Here’；s how it all turned out.
So pretty! Now that you’；ve fallen for this fantastic idea， we’；re going to give you the scoop on how to recreate it (this project comes from Dreaming of DIY)：
1. Gather Materials： Start the stencil project by gathering all of the materials listed above.
2. Secure The Stencil： Clean the plate really well before you begin stenciling.？ Then position the stencil design on the plate and secure it in place using painter’；s tape.
3. Start Tracing the Stencil： After you place the stencil on the plate， you’；re ready to begin stenciling!？ Use a colored Sharpie to trace the design onto the plate.？？ In the image below， Kathleen used an orange Sharpie to outline the paisley pattern.
4. Fill in the Pattern：？ Once the stencil has been outlined， now it’；s time to fill in the pattern with the Sharpie.
5. Heat Set the Design： Set your oven for 350 degrees and bake them for 30 minutes.？ This will make the design permanent so that you can eat off of them.
Haven’；t had enough stenciling fun？：
Thanks for reading， and happy stenciling!Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew
Where do you reside?I’ve lived in South Carolina, USA, for the past 21 years. I first moved to Greenville, and presently live in Lexington, which is a suburb of the state capitol, Columbia. Before that, I lived in Michigan, Maryland and Pennsylvania. I am originally from Philidelphia.
She lives in?The Tiny Canal Cottage,?a?1924 Craftsman-style home located along the historic canals in Venice Beach.?Whitney and her fiancé?have housed overnight guests for visits ranging from a single night to up to three weeks and have welcomed up to 50 people in their place?for cocktail parties. And did we mention they have two dogs? With this expertise?on how to host in small spaces – and pictures of her home to prove it – Whitney affirms?you don’t have to “live large” to live beautifully.