Plaid FolkArt Mod Podge New YearÂ’s Eve Altered Dinner Charger

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by Cathie Filian & Steve Piacenza, Plaid

Plaid FolkArt Mod Podge New YearÂ’s Eve Altered Dinner Charger

Charger plates are a great starting point for so many crafts!

Project Details

  • Level:beginner
  • Time:1 hour

Project Instructions

  • 1
    Project time does not include drying time for the Mod Podge.
  • 2
    Cut a circle from the Black and White damask cardstock that fits the center of the charger plate.
  • 3
    Coat both sides of the cardstock with Mod Podge and foam pouncer, position in the center of the charger and topcoat with more Mod Podge. Use your fingers to press out any air bubbles. Smooth your brush strokes. Allow to dry.
  • 4
    Cut a circle of Black dots cardstock that fits the center of the charger plate. Tear the cardstock in half leaving a torn edge. Apply to the center of the charger plate as described in step 3.
  • 5
    Either write out or print from a publishing program the words "Happy New Year" or other desired sentiment. Apply these words to the Black dots cardstock side of the charger plate as described in step 3.
  • 6
    Dip the end of the detail painter into Light Peony, tap off the excess and paint dots on the Black dots cardstock side of the charger plate. Work the dots over the edges of the words.

Project Details

  • Level:beginner
  • Time:1 hour

Project Supplies

  • Plaid Mod Podge Waterbase Sealer Glue and Finish 8 oz. Matte 104107932
  • Plaid FolkArt Acrylic Paint 2 oz. Light Peony 100368316
  • Nicole™ Crafts 13 inch Charger Plate Silver 104568686
  • Black and White Cardstock (such as American Crafts Cardstock 12 inch x 12 inch Black and White Damask 104814830 )
  • American Crafts Cardstock 12 inch x 12 inch Black Dots 104814714
  • Printed or Handwritten Sentiment (as shown project uses Happy New Year)
  • Nicole™ Crafts Stencil Foam Pouncer 3 pc. Medium 104110703
  • Detail Paint Brush
  • Scissors