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The holidays are right around the corner which means holiday entertaining is too.
The majority of my dishes are white, which is great for everyday meals but it’s fun to jazz things up for a dinner party and give your guests something eye-popping at their place setting. Earlier this month I showed you some cool things you can do with Painter’s Paint Markers and fashion and accessories. Today I get to switch gears and show you some easy and creative ways to use Painter’s Paint Markers in your kitchen and dining (and keep reading to see how you can enter the Style by Aisle with Painters Contest with a prize of $500.) I decided to experiment with five different dining looks depending on your style, mood or theme.
This first one I’m calling Black and Gold Glam.
Using a black and gold Painter’s Paint Marker I personalized a gold spray-painted leaf as a name place card. I then took a generic black paper napkin and glammed it up by writing on it.
Really simple but gives the setting personal style.
To finish off the look I added a spray painted pumpkin.
This next look is all about red.
I found some inexpensive melamine dishes at a big box store in red and white.
Using a red, white, green and yellow Painter’s Paint Marker I doodled some simple designs on the edges of the plates, bowl, name card and a linen napkin.
I was curious if the design would stay on if I ran the melamine plates through the dishwasher and to my delight, it stayed put.
Who said melamine can’t be fancy?
Perfect for a Christmas dinner party but you could easily switch out the bowl for a blue one, and change the linen napkin and suddenly you have the makings for a 4th of July party.
Don’t forget you can enter the Style by Aisle with Painters Contest by uploading your project using Painters Paint Markers. If you win you’ll earn yourself a cool $500.
Later this week I’ll show you three more place settings using Painter’s Paint Markers.