(1) Buy plates from Dollar Store, (2) Write things with a Porcelain 150 Pen, (3) baked for 30 mins in the oven and it's permanent.

1. Buy plates from Dollar Store 2. Write things with a Porcelain 150 Pen 3. Bake for 30 mins in the oven and it's permanent!

How to make chalkboard paint, can't believe it's that easy! It is so much cheaper than buying chalkboard paint!

Get vases from the dollar store for this project. Spray paint + rubberbands = beautiful!

Cake stand stand using dollar plates and glasses.

Buy a mirror. Put letter stickers on it. Paint over the whole thing. Peel off stickers. So cool.

recipe on a dollar plate 1. Buy plates from Dollar Store 2. Write things with a Sharpie 3. Bake for 30 mins in a150 oven and its permanent! Put recipe on, give as gift, they keep the recipe plate! Cute idea! home-ideas

mr. and mrs. mug - last name and wedding date - sharpie-dollar store mug-bake it. - storing this away for wedding gift ideas. :)

blank mug, permanent marker, bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes to set

How to Make Photo Coasters! ~ from https://TheFrugalGirls.com - this DIY Coaster craft using Mod Podge is SO simple and they make the cutest little gifts! #modpodge #crafts #thefrugalgirls

Put stickers down first, dot all over with Sharpie, then peel off the stickers before putting the mug in the oven

Cool new way to tie dye using permanent markers and alcohol. Super easy!

Make Your Own Monogram plates! Buy plates from Dollar Store Use a Sharpie and decorate...Bake at 350 for 30 min. Becomes permanent and safe - want to do it with quotes

Seen this done a million times, never thought to use a stencil; Sharpie a stencil on a plate. Bake at 350 for 10 mins = permanent

DIY-sharpie-mugs-tutorial. Who needs to pay $10-50 at the pottery place! Good party favor idea with Dollar Tree plates.

It's a cookie sheet from the dollar store ($1.00 - that's all it cost!!) and they covered it with fabric... added the large bow and then glued some magnets to the back of beautiful buttons!

Cheap, plastic, transparent pony beads in a 12" metal cake pan. It took quite a few, as I wanted the 'plate' to be thick enough to support the weight of a cake. Then, I baked the beads at 425 degrees for 30-40 minutes...until all the beads had completely melted. I let this cool in the pan for about 20 minutes, then popped it out of the pan (it came right out...really!) Next, I glued it onto a dollar store candle stick with E6000 glue.

Cute idea - A plate that has no home. You take a family something on it and then it just keeps paying forward. Cool idea

DIY Simple Flower Ball Bouquet