Tiki-party-glass-paintI see Halloween merchandise creeping into ads and stores.  I’m not ready yet.  I’m going kicking and screaming into Fall.  Let me savor summer for a few more weeks!  I’m still in tiki party mode!

This platter will be a fun way to serve up treats for a party.  The glass paint is not food safe, so keep that in mind as you plan your layout, but it would be a fun dish for wrapped items, cupcakes, etc.

The plate coordinates with my tiki party glasses and my raffia placemats.
Painted-Party-Plate
Material used:
DecoArt Gloss Enamels Stencils:  Party Time and Mod
Crystal Gloss Enamel Glass Paints:  Pink Glitter, Crystal Clear Glitter, and Turquoise
Plate  (Dollar Tree)
Step one:  Use the Party Time hibiscus stencil and  pink paint to make the flowers.  Let it dry 24 hours.
step-one
Step two:  Use the Mod stencil to create  the pattern on the plate.  I mixed the clear glitter and turquoise paints.
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Repeat until the plate is covered.
step-2B

Step three:  Set the paint by baking the dish in the oven, following the instructions on the paint bottle.

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Fun and cute, don’t you think?  This retro party platter is perfect for an end of summer get together!

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