Williams Sonoma Friendsgiving Plate Dupe w/ Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge

Are you thinking about hosting a Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving Party? Well, this William Sonoma Knock Off is for you! These DIY Thankful plates and Grateful Plates would be the perfect addition to your Friendsgiving and Thanksgiving decor and at only $2 a plate, cheap yet chic too! Partnering with Cricut and using a Cricut machine for the very first time, follow me along making a dollar tree Cricut project perfect for your Thanksgiving and Friendsgiving party this November! With the help of Mod Podge, these DIY dishes are Dishwasher safe to boot! Get the look of Williams Sonoma Open Kitchen Friendsgiving appetizer plates without the expensive price tag!

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***OVEN CURING METHOD FOR DISHWASHER SAFE MOD PODGE (I cannot vouch for this method, as I have not tried it yet. I will and I will update this when I have):

How to cure dishwasher safe modpodge in an oven: In a cold oven, place your items on a baking sheet. Heat the oven to 175 then bake for 1 hour. Turn the oven off and allow your pieces to cool with the oven.

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