INSIDE: DIY 5-minute Christmas cookie plate craft using paper doily and Mod Podge. Easy holiday dessert plate craft for cookie gift giving.
Do you have 5 minutes? Great! That’s about how long it will take to make this unbelievably easy DIY holiday dessert plate from supplies purchased at the Dollar Tree.
This simple $3 holiday plate craft is a great way to add color to your holiday table setting, or makes for the perfect way to gift friends and neighbors sweet holiday treats.
Grab a bottle of Mod Podge and about 4 minutes later you will have yourself a unique holiday plate ready for milk and cookies…
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How to Make a 5-Minute Christmas Cookie Plate
If you’re making a batch of cookies (or pulling them out of a grocery store container – your secret’s safe here!), display them on these DIY Christmas plates, wrap in cellophane and tie with a bow. Cookies done. Check that off your long holiday To Do list!
how to make quick paper doily christmas cookie plate
Place the paper doily underneath the glass plate. Turn the plate upside down and trace the portion of the doily you want displayed on the plate. Cut out.
Cover the front side of the paper doily with a layer of Mod Podge. Be sure to get those frilly edges!
Turn the plate upside down and apply the paper doily to the plate’s underside. You may need to apply more Mod Podge to the edges. Wipe off any excess.
how to diy quick paper doily christmas cookie plate
If you need an affordable way to gift sweet treats to your child’s teacher or your friendly neighbor, this is a quick and cute way to do so. Plus they get to keep the plate for more holiday yumminess!
Are you a baker or a holiday crafter, or maybe both? Let me know in the comments.
More Holiday Ideas:
- Use a tin can to make a Christmas photo flower vase
- Learn how to make a modern, scrappy holiday throw pillow
- Use foam shapes to make a large outdoor garland
- Turn an ugly Christmas sweater into a cozy skirt
- Metal plate charger turned chalkboard for a “Merry Welcome”