See how to make a Christmas Pedestal Plate for $2. What???? I know! I adore pedestal plates. I don’t know what it is about them. They just seem so classy, right??? They really jazz up a table. Especially for a special event like Christmas.
I made this one with a glass bowl and a ceramic Christmas plate from the Dollar Tree.
All I needed to make it was the plate, the bowl, some white acrylic craft paint (I used Americana by DecoArt), and a bottle of clear Gorilla Glue.
Step One – Add some paint into the clear, glass bowl and swirl!
Place the inverted bowl over a plastic cup and let the excess paint drain.
Next, glue the plate onto the bottom of the bowl and let everything dry for a few hours.
That’s it. So easy and inexpensive to make.
This post is part of the Dollar Store Design Squad challenge. A bunch of us get together every other month and challenge ourselves to make a home decor piece using items from the dollar store. Let’s see what my friends have made this month:
Hand Lettered DIY Dollar Store Merry Sign
I love easy Dollar Store projects like this! I can see these in a grouping with yummy appetizers or desserts (or both).
thanks for joining in the challenge this month!
What a cute project! I have made some pedestals from thrift store dishes but hadn’t thought to paint the bottom to get the right color! I’ll definitely be doing that! Thanks for the idea!