Festive Chevron Holiday Plate

Right now at this very moment, our family is enjoying Disneyland!!

In the mean time, I thought I would share the full tutorial for my chevron spray painted holiday plate!

I think Santa would be proud!

I added a little spray paint, a little chevron, and a little ho-ho-ho!

I started with an extra plate I had at home.  Nothing too fancy.

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Update an Old Plate {The V Spot}

Today's guest is one talented gal!  Viv from The V Spot is full of frugal and ingenious tricks for the home!  You definitely need to check our her blog!
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Hello Oopsey Daisy Readers! I am very happy to be here!
Today I'm going to show you a simple trick to update old plates and platters. While they aren't food safe, they are great for decorating.
My finished platter looks like this...

It wasn't always this way.

1. Take an ugly plate or platter with a cool shape. In this case, a large Williams Sonoma platter, circa 1997 that I bought at a thrift store for $1.

2. Dig out some 3D scribble (or puff) paint that you have in your craft supplies. (You know you have some... No? OK, then you can pick some up at any craft store for a couple of bucks.) It does not matter what color you choose since you'll be spray painting it anyway.

3. Start squeezing on your design. Do whatever you like. I'm no artist, so I prefer random, squiggly designs. (It hides the fact that I'm no artist.)

4. Let the puff paint dry completely, then take it to an area where you can spray paint it.

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