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Painting plates. *Mommy to four little Mon Due May 28; 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Kitchener, Ontario 8595 posts
Dec 2nd '12

I want to make a cookie plate for Santa for a few kids I know and my kids. How do I go about doing this. What paint can I use? Where can I get it? Anything non toxic? Help.

*Mary Moon* 1 child; New York 3606 posts
Dec 2nd '12
Quoting *Mac and Keagan's Momma*:" I want to make a cookie plate for Santa for a few kids I know and my kids. How do I go about doing this. What paint can I use? Where can I get it? Anything non toxic? Help."

could you do for an oven safe white plate and multicolored sharpies? you can bake the plate and the ink will be there permanently. Its cheap, cute and not messy!

Daydreamingaway 2 kids; La, CA, United States 289 posts
Dec 2nd '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting *Mary Moon*:</b>" could you do for an oven safe white plate and multicolored sharpies? you can bake the plate and the ink will be there permanently. Its cheap, cute and not messy!"</blockquote>




that's awesome thanks for sharing that! :)

Bettinas Due August 14; 2 kids; Australia 2223 posts
Dec 2nd '12

This sounds cool! I'd like to make one of these!

*Mommy to four little Mon Due May 28; 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Kitchener, Ontario 8595 posts
Dec 2nd '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting *Mary Moon*:</b>" could you do for an oven safe white plate and multicolored sharpies? you can bake the plate and the ink will be there permanently. Its cheap, cute and not messy!"</blockquote>




Oh really? That's a great idea. Thank you!

Bad Things Blacksburg, SC, United States 21225 posts
Dec 2nd '12

Go to a craft store. We have michael's and hobby lobby.



Get cremetic paints, some brushes, and a plate.