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Decoupage Plates With Fabric

My friend has a magic touch. She knows how to create cool things from inexpensive and plain materials. Her dining table is always served with unique and beautiful decoupage plates, that look like designer ones. But she makes them on her own!

decoupage plates with fabric

Today Cook It is going to tell you how to make something unusual out of plain dinnerware set.

Dinner Set

  1. Choose a fabric with a color that you like. For example, take a regular black polka dot on a white background.fabric-baked dinner set
  2. Take any transparent glue (you can find it in a hardware store) and ordinary glass plates without any patterns.fabric-baked dinnerware
  3. Glue the fabric to the back of the plate.decoupage tableware
  4. Do this with the whole set and let the items dry for several hours. Better flip them and put on something like a jar or glass.decoupage plates
  5. Trim the excess fabric around the perimeter and flip the plates back. The set is almost ready!decoupage glass plates
  6. To prevent the fabric from coming off during washing and changing its structure because of water, apply a transparent sealer on each plate from the outside. After that, the set is ready for use.decoupage fabric plate
  7. You can make napkin rings from the rest of the fabric. They will become a stylish addition to your designer set. Everything still looks homemade, but no worse than in a restaurant.fabric-baked plates
  8. Look for fabric that fits perfectly into your interior, choosing from a variety of colors. Fabric is easier to buy than a ready-made dinner set. It also costs much cheaper than high-quality porcelain.fabric for decoupagefabric dinner set

Such decoupage plates will hardly cost you anything. You’d have to spend quite a bit of time and connect your sense of taste, though. The result will amaze you: the final product is going to be unique. Such an elegant option!


Like many people nowadays, I love to explore new places. My favorite type is slow travelling, when you can really blend in with locals and learn about new cultures and languages. But I think there are also perfect times for enjoying freshly baked pastry, a cup of fragrant coffee, and a good movie in the comfort of your own home. I guess I'm kind of a cultural omnivore, and I watch different types of movies, but the ones about art and food inspire me the most!

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