Who says you have to throw that chipped plate away?
This is what I did with one of our dinner plates that had TWO chips in it.
I don't have photos of the steps, but they're super easy.
1) I got a piece of my favorite scrapbook paper.
(I'm sure you can use wallpaper or wrapping paper, too)
2) I grabbed my trusty Mod Podge
3) I measured the inside of my plate and cut the paper to fit.
(I happen to have another plate that is the size of the circle that I needed.
I used that as a template)
4) I painted a chipboard letter R for our last name.
5) I attached the paper and the letter to the plate using the Mod Podge.
Because of where I wanted to display the plate,
I knew the chips would be easily hidden by my other accessories.
There ya have it!
*I don't why the font size varies so much in this post.
Don't mind that and just look at my cute plate*
I'm linking up to The Shabby Nest's Frugal Friday