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Friday, August 30, 2013

Our Make A Plates {Review}

Who remembers a few weeks back when I told you about the Make A Plate Art Project that I was going to review? Well, I got my plates today!

There are 3 steps to making these plates. First, you order a kit from Makit – you can save 30% on their Prepaid Art Plate Kit (that’s a savings of over $5!)  - using the PROMO CODE: USFAMILY. The kit that we received contained instructions, an envelope to mail in our creations, a form to include with our mailing, a set of Crayola Supertips Washable Markers, and 25 templates for plate decorations. At first I wondered why they included 25 templates, but after a few mistakes on my part, I realized why!

While I probably should have allowed my kids to decorate their own plates, at first I thought I was only going to be making one. I decided to make a “You Are Special Today” plate that I would reward to one of my children each evening at dinner time.


I then realized I was going to be able to design 3 plates, so I decided to make the other two exciting and colorful for my kids to use as well. I did this by printing out designs and tracing them on to my templates.


The second step is what you see above – create a design on your template! And thirdly, mail it in to the company. You do have to pay postage to mail in your designs, but since they are lightweight, it is not expensive. The postage back to you is included in your prepaid kit.

Here are our new plates! They are non-breakable and dishwasher safe.


The kids love them and are really excited to use them! I love how the colors look just like they did when I drew them.


No, I could not take one picture where all three are holding still and smiling!


Tamar SB said...

These came out amazing!!!

Janine Huldie said...

You did an amazing job and love them. Seriously you are so talented and your artwork really shines!! :)

Kimberley Tobin said...

I love the "You are special today" plate! I'm putting that in my idea book for the future!

Tamara Camera said...

You did an exceptional job. I'm not sure mine would look so lovely, but I'd love to give it a shot.

mail4rosey said...

I love this project, and it doesn't matter that you didn't get them like you wanted them, the pictures are still perfect. They all look very happy!

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Libby said...

These are fabulous plates! I know your kids will enjoy using them. They are so pretty.

Pamela said...

That's a best activity to do with kids!

Shoshanah G said...

I remember making a plate like this in pre-school at our JCC's Hanukkah Happening. I absolutely loved my plate, at least until it exploded in the microwave, but am really excited to know how easy it now is to do at home!

Dara said...

lol! ours are not microwave safe!

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