How to Make Marker Plates with Sharpies The Crafty Blog Stalker If you’re looking for a family-friendly DIY that can bring everyone in the house together and still turn out something super functional and adorable, why not dress your plain, dull white plates up a bit? I decided to try out one strictly black-and-white dish and then jazz another one up with color for our weekly taco night! White Ceramic Plates; Sharpie Markers; Coloring Plates with Sharpie Markers. To begin, make sure the plates are nice and clean from and smudges. The best way to do that is to wipe the plates down with Isopropyl Alcohol.
Drawing On Ceramic How to Transfer Lettering Create a pair for your parents or send them off to college with your daughter who needs some dishes for the dorm room. A modern starburst design on one and an explosion of polka-dots on the other, I had a blast experimenting with my Sharpie pens and markers. What you will need card stock, ceramic mugs, plates or bowls I picked mine up at the Dollar Tree, don't waste your good china on this one till you get the hang of it. scissors, a pencil and most important of ALL An OIL BASED SHARPIE MARKER yes Sharpie! This has got to be one of my new favorite products!
How to Write on Plates - The Frugal Girls All you need to do is grab some of your favorite Sharpies, of all colors, to make this work. Check out this super easy DIY: Baked Sharpie Plates! In the meantime, I made sure the oven was preheated at 350 degrees. Once the letters are taped down and everything is straight, you’ll need to use a pen to trace over the taped on pieces. The pressing of the pen causes the pencil on the other side of the paper to transfer on to the plate so that you have a pencil stencil. To the left of “as” is the stenciled on “Dance”.
How to Create Fun and Colorful Decoupage Plates The kids will love this part – and you’ll treasure their creations! Use the pencil to trace around the flat portion of the underside of the plate. The paper will be applied to the flat portion only not the flared edges of the plate, so slip your pencil under the raised plate edges and trace the circle that remains flat on the table.