This is how the platter looked when I purchased it. It has a nice shape but was so plain. It measures about 12 1/2″ square.
Step 1: Wash the platter with soap and water and dry. Then wipe it down with the rubbing Alcohol and a clean cloth to remove any residue and fingerprints.
Step 2: Apply the Adhesive Silkscreen to the back of the platter. All you do is remove the paper backing and stick it down. Easy!
Step 3: Using the foam pouncer, apply the paint over the Silkscreen. Remove the Silkscreen as soon as your done and wash it thoroughly. Wait about 15 minutes for the paint to dry before painting on the next Paisley.
Tip: The first time I did this, my Paisley’s weren’t evenly spaced. I found that I could easily remove them, even after they had dried, by wiping them with the rubbing Alcohol. I was able to start over and get them just right, the second time around!
Step 4: Lastly, you can either let the paint air cure for 21 days, or you can bake it in your oven, according to the instructions HERE.
You can find this pretty Paisley Stencil, and so many other gorgeous designs, at Michael’s Crafts.
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