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Thread: decoupage plates, chair,rugs with scrap fabric or quilt tops

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    We did clear bowls out of Christmas fabric. Put gold paint on the rim.

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    I found the clear glass plates at the dollar store...I just bought one. The Modge podge was 2.99 at Joanns with the coupon. I have football material. I just finished doing one and waiting for it to dry. You do need to use sewing shears to cut the fabric but it works perfect and is easy. My hubby can't wait...cheese and cracker plate as most done for his football game.

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    Do you have a picture?? Would love to see it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Janice Thompson
    We did clear bowls out of Christmas fabric. Put gold paint on the rim.

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    Thanks for sharing this with us!

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    Thanks for sharing this with us!

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    Thanks for this idea. I am making a yo yo full size bedspread for my retirement gift to me with all of my various scraps in my sewing room. Decided to have my grandson make a box for my room with the left over scraps from the quilt. Am going to have him decoupage pinked squares to it. I am also thinking of making a yo you rug to match the spread. It has been fun.

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    I have used a product called Laminate It. Used it to cover two dressers with fabric and they have held up beautifully for years. No need for any top coat of varnish to protect.

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    I have a plastic tray I might try this with. Would be perfect to put on my new oversize ottoman/coffee table for drinks, etc. as right now a big book works.

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