Initial Name Plate

Initial Name Plate

Help your kids out with this cool craft. They can make their own name plates with their initials on it. Using colorful liquid beads you can make this a fun craft at a birthday party. This is great for crafting with kids.


  • Liquid Beadz
    • BE39C - Kiwi
    • BE05C - Purple
    • BE04C - Pink
    • BE07C - Royal Blue
    • BE38C - Sky Blue
  • Americana Multi-Purpose Sealer
    • DS17 - Multi-Purpose Sealer
  • Palette Knife
    • DT02 - Palette Knife
  • Paper towels
  • Tracing and transfer paper
  • Pencil
  • Old paintbrush
  • Round toothpicks
  • Scissors
  • Gift wrap or scrapbook paper
  • Foam sheet
  • Craft knife
  • Plastic picnic plates (number needed will depend on name)




  1. Letters: Choose a font and size and print from your computer, free hand, or use a stencil. Print out letters for name being used. Trace and transfer letters onto foam sheet. Use craft knife to cut out stencil.


  1. Trace center of plate and make a circle template. Use template to cut gift wrap circles for each plate. Adhere circles with Multi Purpose Sealer, applied with an old paintbrush. Let dry.
  2. Use palette knife and toothpick to scoop and place Beadz around edge of paper circle. Let dry thoroughly. Repeat for each plate.
  3. Position letter stencil in plate center. Use palette knife to place and spread Beadz inside stencil. Carefully lift stencil. Repeat for each plate. Let dry thoroughly.


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are these food safe? washable?

love it my fiends b-day party is coming up and i am going to see if she wants to this stuff and i will help everyone through it !!! =)


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