Personalized Christmas Carolers Thumbprint Plate Craft

Our series of Christmas thumbprint plate crafts are so darling, we have decided to give our plates as gifts to our children’s grandparents this year (hopefully they’re not reading this!).

 Personalized Christmas Carolers Thumbprint Plate Craft

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Personalized Christmas Carolers Thumbprint Plate Craft

We thought we’d make a thumbprint plate craft with a little Christmas humor by turning our thumbprints into cute little carolers. This was the quickest and easiest plate craft to create since we only needed one thumbprint from each family member (including mom and dad this time!) before adding our finishing details with sharpie markers.

Supplies:

Dollar Store Dinner Plate
Martha Stewart Glass Paint Gloss (Frost Habanero)
Black Fine Point Sharpie Pen
Green Fine Point Sharpie Pen
Rubbing Alcohol
Newspaper (to protect work surface)
Cute Little Children and their Thumbs
Super Gloss Mod Podge
Mod Podge 4″ Taklon Brush

(Note: A variety of glass paints can be used. I happened to have Martha Stewart Glass Paint at home, and listed the colors for those who would like them.)

Instructions:

  1. Wipe Dollar Store Dinner Plate with rubbing alcohol to clean.
  2. Gather Cute Little Children and their Thumbs.
  3. Add thumbprints using  Martha Stewart Glass Paint Gloss (Frost Habanero) to create the carolers heads.
  4. Let dry as directed.
  5. Add faces on top of the thumbprints and names below each thumbprint with a Black Fine Point Sharpie Pen. Allow to dry and set.
  6. Add a Christmas greeting to the front of your plate with a Green Fine Point Sharpie Pen. Allow to dry and set.
  7. Don’t forget to sign the back of the plate with your family name and date.
  8. Using the 4″ Taklon Brush, add Super Gloss Mod Podge as directed to seal.
  9. Let dry as directed.
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