Presenting DIY decorative plates at home is entertaining and adding decor. The ideas below serve you selected deas of hand-painted plates you can do yourself at home without paying the outrageous cost for hand-painted dishes.
Ikat Inspired Plates
Now is the time for you to change your ordinary dinner plates into an Ikat-inspired collection with only a little paint. The result gives you an expensive dinnerware look with porcelain paint. You will need porcelain paint and brush so the brush strokes show for a gorgeous edging on all of your plates. It is also applicable for bowls, cups, and saucers.
If you want a more colorful and eclectic painted plate, here the watercolor plates for you to go. It is perfect as a gift to your friends or family. All you need to create these watercolor plates are plain white dishes and some water-based porcelain paints in various colors.
Swan Appetizer Plates
These painted plates are gorgeous and perfect for dinner parties or giving out as gifts. It is plain plates plus some acrylic paint with an artistic vision and a copper leafing pen for the edging to create beautiful swan appetizer plates. You can take this for your salad plates as well.
Custom Porcelain Plates
All you need are plates and a porcelain pen. You can custom the pattern as your imagination and fill it in with your pen. After the design is done, you can wait for it 24 hours until dry and bake for 35 minutes to set in your artwork.
Grab some of your plain ceramic and paint it in an abstract way. Here, you do not even have to have rhyme or reason for your painting. Add different colors to create a stand-out abstract painting.
Color Edge Plate
Take your plain white plates and some acrylic paint in various colors. This idea is a smart idea when you need something cheap yet elegant for a wedding to serve dessert. You can freely go with gold, red, silver, green, or blue paint for the list.
This style of painting is pretty for the Christmas season but great also for every day to serve dessert. You can create this in the easiest way with a bit of red acrylic paint on plain white plates. You can just draw polka dots on the edges of your plates with multi-surface craft paint.