Make Dessert Plates Twice as Pretty with Fabric
by Liz Gubernatis
When you want to add a little extra to a table, dessert plate, or gift of goodies, we love the look of fabric on glass. We grabbed a stack of $1.25 clear glass plates from our favorite dollar-ish store and dug into our stash to find fancy peppermint yardage. For these dessert-sized plates, a 10” square is just right, so any extra 10” squares from a project would work perfectly, too. We’ve got visions of sugarplums dancing, or maybe just that candy craving that strikes when taking a break from stitching… but we think these candy plates will be SUPER pretty ways to deliver goodies to friends and family over the next few weeks.
Clear glass dessert plates (found ours at a local dollar-ish store)
Mod Podge (we tested Matte, Satin, and Super Gloss)
Isopropyl (Rubbing) Alcohol (for cleaning plates and scissors)