DIY Gold Splatter Paint Glass Plates

DIY Splatter Painted Plates (Click Through for Tutorial) _I can’t deny that I, Kara, am obsessed with the current splatter paint trend. Not only does it add an interesting dimension to most home decor pieces, but it is seriously addictive to DIY. I mean what’s better than splattering paint everywhere? Nothing, I tell you.

These gold splatter painted glass plates are my most recent splatter paint DIY and not only are they fun to make, but these plates are food and dishwasher safe.

DIY Splatter Painted Plates (Click Through for Tutorial) _Supplies:
-clear glass plates
–gold multi surface craft paint
-paint brush
-paper plate

DIY Splatter Painted Plates (Click Through for Tutorial) _Begin by adding a bit of paint to your paper plate and add a few drops of water to thin down the paint a bit. This will help it fling off the paint brush more easily and create the perfect splatter effect.

DIY Splatter Painted Plates (Click Through for Tutorial) _Once your paint is thinned out a bit, take your plate outside and place it upside down on a piece of cardboard or a tarp. You want to make sure that you are only adding paint to the under side of the plate so that the top remains paint free and food safe.

Dip your brush into the paint and tap the paint brush against your finger over the plate. As you do, the paint will splatter onto your plate. Continue until your plate is fully covered. Let the plate dry overnight, and then bake at 250°F for 30 minutes to set the paint. Your plate is now ready for you to eat on and even wash in the dishwasher, although I wouldn’t recommend microwaving it.

DIY Splatter Painted Plates (Click Through for Tutorial) _DIY Splatter Painted Plates (Click Through for Tutorial) _I love the way the splatter painted glass plate looks layered against a colorful plate like this blush pink one, but if you want to take your DIY splatter painted plates to the next level, try spray painting the backs of them. Once you have cured the gold paint in the oven, spray paint the back of the plate on top of the splatters. Then, when the spray paint is dry, add a layer or two of clear shellac to seal in the spray paint. This step will negate the dishwasher safe feature, but when your plates look this pretty, hand washing them is totally worth it!

DIY Splatter Painted Plates (Click Through for Tutorial)_I could not be happier with how these plates turned out! It’s amazing what a $2 bottle of craft paint and a few $1 glass plates can turn into, isn’t it? By the way, if gold is not your thing, you can use this same technique with any color of multi-surface craft paint for your own custom splatter painted plates. Now go get your splatter on! xo. Kara

Credits // Author and Photography: Kara Whitten. Photos edited with the NEW Spiegeling Presets for Lightroom.

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  • What a simple and beautiful idea! I’ve recently been loving gold with everything too! (And copper)

    xo, Sofia
    http://www.thecozie.co

  • I love these! So simple yet effective. They look really beaut.

    Beckie xo // The Pale Tails

  • Why wasn’t this a trend when I got married?! I would’ve LOVED to have this kind of flatware at my wedding! So cute!

    xoxo,

    Cortney

    A Whimsy Wonderland

  • They look absolutely stunning, I love this project!
    https://www.makeandmess.com/

  • Already brainstorming all the color combos I can try. It’s very nice for the pocket too

  • This is such a great idea! I love having unique plates and it is even better if you can make them yourself. The splatter paint plates, especially when colored or layered with pastels, will make an ideal spring place setting. They would also make great home decor displayed on open shelves.

  • I’m really into the splatter trend too! Love how these plates look layered up

    – Natalie
    http://www.workovereasy.com

  • Such a pretty and great idea! I’m loving the colored plates on the pictures, where are they from?

    Thank you!!

  • The light pink plates are from Ikea and the colored ones in the last photo are just spray painted on the back over the splatters.

  • Love this! Reminds me of Casa de Perrin on Instagram! I’m always a little worried to eat off DIYs (which is why I’ve never done any cutlery/ utensil DIYs) but I would totally use this for a multi tier jewellery stand!! 🙂

  • I love this idea, I think I will use to set my Mother”s day table this year.

  • So that it’s still dishwasher safe…could you do the multi surface paint instead of spray paint for the color part over the splatter?

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