Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

DIY Statement Printed Plates & Peachy-Tini Cocktail

As you may have noticed, we’re clearly no strangers to pattern and color around here— and neither are our friends at IZZE! As much as I love scheming them up on my own, sometimes it’s better to just let the pro’s handle the intricate artwork, so we made these DIY statement printed plates from retro fabric prints for our newest Friendsday Night installment!

The beauty of these pretty little plates is that they require almost no artistic ability, but you’ll still always be ready for an impromptu girls night in impressive style. Plus they’re reusable glass plates that you can handwash and keep on the ready.

Not to worry, we still have your staple IZZE cocktail recipe to pair them with, too! This time we went with a Peachy-Tini!…

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Clear plates

Mod podge

Patterned fabric (we used this cactus print, retro tennis print, pink flamingos print, lemon print, and a polka dot print)

Scissors

Pencils

Foam brush

Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

Lay your plates onto fabric pieces of your choice and trace around each one leaving a little excess fabric around the edge.

Cut out one of the circles and make sure it has a cushion of excess fabric around the edges when placed against the plate, and then cut the rest of the circles.

Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and clothColorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

Using a foam brush and mod podge, paint a thick layer of mod podge onto the patterned/front side of the fabric. Place the plate on the center of the covered piece of fabric and press down firmly. Smooth out all of the edges and bubbles so that the fabric is laying smoothly against the plate.

Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

Let it dry for a few minutes, and then cut the excess fabric off using the edge of the plate as a guide for making the edges even.

Once it’s dry enough to touch, flip the plate over and paint the backside of the fabric with a thick coat of mod podge and let it dry thoroughly. This will make the fabric completely coated so that it can be gently handwashed and reused.

Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and clothColorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

IZZE Peachy-Tini

    • Yield: 1 Cocktail

    Ingredients

    • 5 ounces IZZE Sparkling Peach
    • 3 ounces Vodka
    • 1 ounce Triple Sec
    • garnish with fresh mint and a peach slice

    Instructions

    • Stir well, and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
    • Garnish with fresh mint and peach slice, and share!

    Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and clothColorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

    The sky is the limit on how many variations you can make of these. We were inspired by IZZE’s bright-hearted color palette for design guidance, but if you can find a fabric print of it, then it’s game on! Wouldn’t it be really cute to make custom versions of these for your holiday place settings?

    Thanks so much to IZZE for partnering with us on this Friendsday Night series that we LOVE!

    Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

    DIY Statement Printed Plates & Peachy-Tini Cocktail

    As you may have noticed, we’re clearly no strangers to pattern and color around here— and neither are our friends at IZZE! As much as I love scheming them up on my own, sometimes it’s better to just let the pro’s handle the intricate artwork, so we made these DIY statement printed plates from retro fabric prints for our newest Friendsday Night installment!

    The beauty of these pretty little plates is that they require almost no artistic ability, but you’ll still always be ready for an impromptu girls night in impressive style. Plus they’re reusable glass plates that you can handwash and keep on the ready.

    Not to worry, we still have your staple IZZE cocktail recipe to pair them with, too! This time we went with a Peachy-Tini!…

    MY LATEST VIDEOS

    Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and clothColorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

    MY LATEST VIDEOS

    Clear plates

    Mod podge

    Patterned fabric (we used this cactus print, retro tennis print, pink flamingos print, lemon print, and a polka dot print)

    Scissors

    Pencils

    Foam brush

    Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

    Lay your plates onto fabric pieces of your choice and trace around each one leaving a little excess fabric around the edge.

    Cut out one of the circles and make sure it has a cushion of excess fabric around the edges when placed against the plate, and then cut the rest of the circles.

    Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and clothColorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

    Using a foam brush and mod podge, paint a thick layer of mod podge onto the patterned/front side of the fabric. Place the plate on the center of the covered piece of fabric and press down firmly. Smooth out all of the edges and bubbles so that the fabric is laying smoothly against the plate.

    Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

    Let it dry for a few minutes, and then cut the excess fabric off using the edge of the plate as a guide for making the edges even.

    Once it’s dry enough to touch, flip the plate over and paint the backside of the fabric with a thick coat of mod podge and let it dry thoroughly. This will make the fabric completely coated so that it can be gently handwashed and reused.

    Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and clothColorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

    IZZE Peachy-Tini

      • Yield: 1 Cocktail

      Ingredients

      • 5 ounces IZZE Sparkling Peach
      • 3 ounces Vodka
      • 1 ounce Triple Sec
      • garnish with fresh mint and a peach slice

      Instructions

      • Stir well, and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
      • Garnish with fresh mint and peach slice, and share!

      Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and clothColorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth Colorful and cute DIY statement printed plates - sugar and cloth

      The sky is the limit on how many variations you can make of these. We were inspired by IZZE’s bright-hearted color palette for design guidance, but if you can find a fabric print of it, then it’s game on! Wouldn’t it be really cute to make custom versions of these for your holiday place settings?

      Thanks so much to IZZE for partnering with us on this Friendsday Night series that we LOVE!

      Comments

      • Lisa

        08.18.16

        Such a cute idea!!!

        • Ashley said:

          Thanks so much, Lisa!

      • edith

        08.18.16

        LOVE this idea! and I’m an IZZE addict after your tropical garden post lol

        • Ashley said:

          Haha! Glad more people are catching onto our IZZE addiction :)

      • Sandy

        08.18.16

        je t’adore!
        Simplicity always seems to lend itself to the best results…

        • Ashley said:

          right?! Thanks for following along, Sandy!

      • Ally Ebdon

        08.19.16

        These are so wonderful, I love the idea of being able to perfectly match plates with party decor.

        I have to ask though, where is that yellow fabric from and do you know the designer? I love it.

        • Ashley said:

          Hi Ally, I linked to all fabrics in the materials box! They’re from spoonflower :)

      • Stefanie

        08.19.16

        THIS IS SO GENIUS. Seriously I am Obsessed! I design my own fabrics and host paries often and this is such a nice way to make an event stand out. Is there a trick to what type of fabric base you should start with? I sEE you linked to the basic cotton on spoonflower, so I guess I can just use that? Can’t wait to try this!!

        -Stefanie
        see my latest DIY project here:
        http://thestylesafari.com/?p=9800

        • Ashley said:

          How fun! Glad you enjoyed the DIY!

      • Miriam

        08.20.16

        Wonderful! I need some transparent plates. I love this!

        • Ashley said:

          One of our faves too! Thanks, Corran :)

      • Alisa Glembotski

        04.21.17

        Love, love, love!

        • Ashley said:

          Thanks for the kind words, Alisa! xo

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