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Make cheap, white, plain dinner plates look fancy with a little pop of color!
What you’ll need:
Glass paint (I used Martha Stewart and Plaid paints for this project)
a small, circular foam brush
plain glass or cheap china plates (make sure they can withstand heat — you will need to set the color in the oven to make it permanent)
How to edge your plates with color:
Don’t worry if your first coat looks streaky, you can do a second coat the same way and fix any imperfections. Once your paint is no longer tacky, set the paint in the oven or let dry to permanent per the paint manufacturer’s instructions.