A Dollar Tree Plate Transformed into a Pottery Barn-Inspired Plate



I love walking into a home that has the dining table all festive for the holidays. To me, a decorated table is warm and welcoming and gives off all the warm fuzzies.

I know that sometimes decorating for the holidays can come at a cost! I’m all about being creative and saving money when I can. Follow Kayla as she makes her very own Pottery Barn-Inspired Plate.

If you bought these plates from Pottery Barn, they would cost $12 per plate. Kayla made hers for a buck.

I just love the simplicity and elegance of the design. Check it out!

Supplies Needed to Make This Pottery Barn-Inspired Plate (suggested locations for supplies):

  • Paintbrush
  • Acrylic or chalk paint (light blue and white used in Kayla’s video)
  • Alcohol (used as a cleaner)
  • Goo Gone
  • Heat gun
  • Clear Glass Plate (Dollar Tree)

I hope you enjoyed this step-by-step DIY Pottery Barn-Inspired Plate craft by Kayla; I know I did! I can’t wait to start decorating my dining room table for Easter. Just think of all the different designs you could come up with, and make it your own!

Set your table for all the holidays to come.

Check out the video below for the full step-by-step process to make this Pottery Barn-Inspired Plate.

Be sure to visit The Celebration Co. for great crafting kits, supplies and custom-designed scrapbook paper by Kayla and Cindy, available in both digital and printed options.

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I hope you enjoy creating this Pottery Barn Inspired-Plate!

Always Remember to Celebrate

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