Upcycled Mandala Serving Dish

Upcycled Mandala Serving Dish

Upcycled Mandala Serving Dish
Upcycled Mandala Serving Dish

"There are these moments that you open your capboards in your kitchen and you see it! No, I am not talking about the mess, because we are excellent on storing things, but I am talking about the old things that you have kept and you do not use them. Like the old serving dish I had in blue and white. Maybe you liked it in the past, but now you consider it not your taste and you keep hiding it in the capboard. So, it is time to decide... through it away or upcycle it? For me the decision was obvious...the second choice please! It is diy time! DIY Upcycled Mandala Serving Dish!!!!"

Materials List

  • old serving dish
  • spray paint
  • mandala stencil
  • tabon paint brush 
  • acrylic paint
  • 3d contour paint
  • Sand Fixative Spray

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I have yet to work with any type of stencil. I can remember when it was all the rage to paint on the walls with stencils and now it has come full circle to paint on plates. Well, I am not artistic in that way at all so this is a great project for me. I think this would look great as a wall hanging.

I am forever trolling the thrift stores in my area. I have a collection of charges in just about every color. With them being second hand they do show a little wear. This is the perfect project to give a little tender loving care to the charges that are showing the worst wear.

I don't buy so many plates or serving dishes because I rarely have people over and I mostly eat out so this is a welcome idea. Stenciling is perfect if you don't have time, want perfection and can't paint. Give those old dishes a makeover and you have a brand new set.

What a creAtive idea. I have a bunch of plain white dishes that I keep threatening to toss out but never do. I guess a part of me thinks the minute I do, I will think of a way of using them and regret throwing them away. Well I think I have found that moment!


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