Make food-safe sugar skull plates and add some color to your dinner table!
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Step 1: Watch the Short Video Tutorial Here!
Step 2: You'll Need
E-6000 Spray Adhesive
Krylon spray paint in white and colors you like
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Black Short Cuts Paint Pen
Step 3: Prep the Plate and Cut the Images
Clean the back of the plates with rubbing alcohol
Edge them with a paint pen
*Smoosh the pen over a corner to create a divit and it will easily glide over the edge of the plate
Cut out your images
Step 4: Adhere and Paint
If you are using a white image and painting the plate a color, you will want to spray the back of the white image with white spray paint
*This will keep the color from bleeding through the sugar skull
Spray the front of the image with E-6000 Spray Adhesive and apply to the back of the plate
Add the skull first and then the flowers
When dry, spray paint the back of the plate in a color you like
Step 5: Seal the Back
Add several coats of Minwax Polycrylic to the back and let dry
*Clean these dishes with a sponge and immediately dry them to keep them in perfect shape!
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