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I love sharing easy DIY crafts with you all. These tissue paper mod podged plates are so simple, yet will make a huge impact on your spring dining table! Best of all, I made a set of four in under 30 minutes. Make a set for yourself, and make one for a gift!
I was in the mood for a little sweet treat to enjoy while creating these plates, and when I saw that OREO had come out with a line of candy products, I knew they’d be the perfect complement to my afternoon of crafting…
Milka OREO candy is NEW and available at Walmart! I purchased several to try out, including Milka Oreo Big Crunch Bar Chocolate Candy Bar, Milka Oreo Chocolate Candy Bar and Milka Oreo Choco-Mix Snack Mix.
- When you buy Milka OREO at Walmart you get it at an everyday low price and you can use ibotta for $1 off!
Ready to get crafting? Here’s what you need to make these colorful mod podged plates…
- Clear Glass Plates
- Foam Brush
- Mod Podge (I used Matte, but you can also use Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge)
- Tissue Paper
Step 1: Apply a thin coat of Mod Podge to the back of one of your plates. Working quickly, lay a sheet of tissue paper (right side down), over your plate, smoothing out the tissue paper with your fingers. A few wrinkles will be inevitable, and, in my opinion, just add a bit of character and texture to your plates!
Step 2: Let dry. Once fully dry, trim the excess paper and apply 1-2 coats of Mod Podge to seal.
These are so colorful and fun! Instead of tissue paper, you can use fabric or wrapping paper for a different look.
Note: Unless you are using Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge, you’ll want to hand wash these plates.
As I mentioned, I found Milka OREO at Walmart in the candy aisle. Be sure to download the Ibotta app to save!
Thanks for reading all about my DIY mod podged plates! Have a crafty day!