I like to change up my little display of dishes on top of my china cabinet each season.
Halloween is, of course, no exception.
I din't have much in the way of Halloweenware and I didn't want to spend money buying any so I decided to get out some waterslide decal paper and make my own.
I ordered the decal paper from Robins Eggcetera and used the clear for this project. Not too expensive and nice to have around for miscellaneous projects.
I used a platter I already had and a plate from the Dollar Tree.
The gorgeous antique bat image
and the textbook skull image both came from Graphics Fairy and were free.
Cathe at Just Something I Made has some great instructions for making and applying waterslide decals. She even has some great free (non-Halloween) graphics you can use in your home.
Because bats aren't always appropriate for serveware I skipped the last step in the waterslide decal process and didn't heat cure or seal the decals. When I'm ready to serve turkey, the decals will come off easily with a little warm water.
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