37 Replies to “Make Cute Holiday Fabric Plates Using Mod Podge!”

  1. I just saw a y tube of a fabric plate with mod podge. She said you can top rack dishwasher safe. She baked it.

  2. Very nice plate and fun to watch!!Years ago I made a plate by putting my sons military picture on fabric, and then transferred it to a clear plate just as you are doing. That was over twenty years ago and I still have that plate and it looks as good as the day I made it. FYI, keep your keepsake plate out of direct sun or it will fade.

  3. Love the ideas. Question …what did you use to place the letter on? You just show we can iron it on….peel off the paper…but wonder what you used for the letter E? Thank you!

  4. I LOVE YOUR TALENT you have wonderful instructions and I love your voice you are so upbeat I can't wait to go try some of these

  5. Just made one of these plates very pretty but the back and sides are real rough. What do you do for that? Thanks

  6. Several hints for you all. Dollar Tree has clear plates, also you need petroleum jelly (Vaseline) for your Mod Podge around the edges the threads of your MP jar so that it does not glue the lid down (I use it for all my glues and that E6000), also I use wax paper with glues and paints. All of these can be bought at the Dollar Tree. Now we have dishwasher safe Mod Podge, but I see this video was made in 2010, so don't think it was around then. My sewing sheers for fabrics will not come near this type of stuff, I have craft scissors just for this. Loved this idea a lot, so darn cute!

  7. Hi Jenny. I am watching ur video and in 3 weeks it will be Halloween. I made a plate with some zombie material on it. I forgot how much fun this project was. thanks for showing it.

  8. What a great idea! The ladies of my church have a "cookie exchange" at Christmas time. I think I will make plates for everyone to take their cookies home on. Thank you for sharing with us.

  9. Amazing video, brilliant idea for a snack plate, so easy to follow and one I will be doing thank you for sharing.

  10. This would be a great idea to pair a set of these plates with a table runner you sew with the same fabric and matching patterns like you’d get on a set of precuts. What an awesome table decoration that would be to start with, the add candles, etc.

  11. Good video just a shame about the constant upsell of mod podge. Which, is a over priced PVA glue with added water. Save yourself HEEPS of money buy a large cheap pot of PVA glue and just pop what you need on a plate or pallet and mix with some tap water I have used it for years and it has never failed me

  12. Jenny your a great instructor and presenter, your so natural and conversational, yet you stayed on track and never missed a beat, It was so enjoyable watching and learning during your tutorial and the plates are really wonderful and so cute. You gained a new subscriber. Thank you for the tutorial Hope you have a great day Jenny. 0;) B

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