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Make Your Own Plates Part III: Yarn Art

Oh boy, this one was fun!  To design these plates we used yarn, glue, and the MakIt plate templates.  Simply paint a circle of glue in the center of the plate area and start winding the yard around the center point.  Continue painting the glue around the outside of the yarn and pressing the yarn on the glue in the circular pattern.  After you fill the entire plate area with the yarn, let it dry completely.  Once the art is dry, scan it and send it over to MakIt to finalize your plates.

Make Your Own Plates Part III: Yarn Art DIY Plates Yarn Art Project

Get your plate template here and here are the instructions.

 

 

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Make Your Own Plates Part III: Yarn Art
Make Your Own Plates Part III: Yarn Art
Make Your Own Plates Part III: Yarn Art

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