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Thread: Just finished my Modge Podge Plate

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    this was so easy. It just takes a fat qtr, a dollar glass plate and Modge Podge (2.99) with a Joanns discount coupon and a sponge paint brush (they sell packages of them at the dollar store) I used a hair dryer to dry it in time for the game.
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    i remember all the fun of doing those!!!

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    Neat

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    I am off to the dollar store to get more...my son just saw the picture I posted on my facebook page and he call me and said...Mom...where's mine. LOL...I am using the fabric I bought for him for his quilt. This is too much fun!!

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    Looks neat! Do you just hand wash so the edge doesn't get scruffy?

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    they do say to hand wash. I am going to see if there is some type of clear glass spray that I could use that is water proof. I just bought all of the plates that they had at the dollar store. 15..hope they get more. They are made in Mexico

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    I have been gifted several for different seasons. Just put up my pumpkins and black cat plate for fall... Really nice little gifties !

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    I did several of these for the AHA fundraiser with holiday fabrics, then super glued (gorilla glue is unbelievable) candle sticks to bottom. Looks fantastic!!!!

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    here is another...I wondered what I was going to do with this...I have two fat qtrs...two plates now for a Christmas Gift for one of the family members who loves the beatles.
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    that is real neat, Carol. do you apply/glue the right side of the fabric to the under side of the plate?

    if you would use old or scratched up glass plates would that matter, make a difference? thanks for your tips.

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