Thursday, January 10, 2013

Plate Wreaths...getting started in the New Year

 Back from my trip "up Nawth" and had a great time visiting, eating and shopping!

BUT it's time to get busy and fill up my booth, out with Christmas and in with some new items.

Decided to get some plate wreaths made, mainly because the plates and "makin's" have been waiting for some time.

These are the layouts for the wreaths, later today I'll be finishing them up. The layouts may change, or not :)                    
 If you would like to know what I use to make these and how I put them together, please leave a comment.        If there is enough interest I'll post the things you need and the steps next week.

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Thank you for your visit and your sweet comments. I appreciate you and them very much.   Until next week, ya'll bee sweet and come back again.  You're always welcome!



30 comments:

Dorothy Crutchfield said...

Hi Francie,
I really REALLY love these plate wreaths!
How did you glue them together? I might like to try one of these.
Thanks,
Dorothy

Ruffles and Relics said...

I love this idea.. I have collected alot of plates lately and hate having them put away unseen. I would like to know more of how you put it together! Thanks and have a great day!

Sue in Texas said...

Awfully cute! I'll have an excuse to buy more plates.

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

This is a delightful idea!!! Very very cleaver!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

I have seen this done with metal trays, but never with plates!! thanks for dropping in at my selling series. We have other malls right in Orlando that sell completely different merchandise. I wonder if it all depends on the "Vibe" of the mall? Or maybe it has something to do with that fact that we get tons of snowbirds? Anyway, I will be interest to see what my guest bloggers have to say!

Carol

Jeanne, backyard neighbor said...

Hi Francie, Your comment made me smile. I have blog sisters all over the place. You are now officially one of them.

Your wreath plates are something I have never seen before. They are so pretty and charming. Do they have a back that you glue them to or are they glued together. I bet you use that E6000 glue. That stuff is great.

It's late so I will say goodnight.
xo, Jeanne

LV said...

What a different and unique creation. Never saw it before. You are a most talented lady.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Cute idea - thanks for sharing. I just looked around my home and don't see a place left big enough to hang one. One of these days I will finish decluttering around. here.
Thanks for stopping by and reading along - Warning, I do ramble at times. :) I will be back and check out more of your posts when have more time.
Enjoy your weekend.

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Hi Francie, The plate wreaths are such a great idea and soooo adorable. Thanks for joining the Open House party and have a great weekend. xx, Sherry

Antiques And Teacups said...

Hi there. Your wreaths are so nice...very decorative! Happy PS!
Ruth

LaVerne said...

Love the Plate Wreaths!I had never seen this done...but then, I'm really small town and don't get out much. I can't wait to read your how-to when you post the details!

The Comfort of a Safe Place said...

Oh, these wreaths are sweet! ♥

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

So pretty! I love the bird plate, anything with birds catches my attention!
Thanks so much for visiting me...
Happy Saturday!
Blessings,
Cindy

Marilou Bain said...

Hi Francie,
I have never seen a plate wreath, very neat idea, I love yours!
Have a great weekend! Happy Pink Saturday!
Hugs Marilou xoxo

jennspeacornpopnuts.com said...

Thanks for stopping by my post.
Cute idea - love the final photo w/the heart plate at the bottom of the wreath. You know, I just might have to ponder something like this. I have very limited wall space, but just maybe I should think about it.
Thanks, Jenn ... Oh yes, would have to know how to put it together...wouldn't i? ;)

Sares said...

These are beautiful! I would indeed be interested to know how you attach them. I've wanted to do this but with silver trays. It's a non stop job keeping those booths filled up! Happy Pink Saturday!

Martha said...

How clever! What a nifty idea!

Dru said...

What a unique way to display a number of plates ~ Now I'm inspired. I have some lovely red and white transfer(?)plates that I want to display for Valentines day! Thank you so much for stopping by and saying hello Francie - I do appreciate your kind words. Best, Dru

ThrifterSisters said...

What an amazingly creative idea! There is never a shortage of beautiful old plates at my local thrift stores. I will have to start picking some up.

Happy Pink Saturday,

Erica

Chubskulit Rose said...

Lovely decorative plates.

Catching up with PINK Saturday entries.

My PINK
Have a great week ahead.

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

oh yeah....please do tell us how you make them! :) The kids have decided they need a get away break and are coming to visit us next weekend instead of us going up "nawth". Lucky lucky me! Pray for good good weather. xoxo

Shabby Chatue said...

Awesome! How did you do it?

Have a wonderful day ♡
Dawn
Www.facebook.com/Shabbychatue

victoriantailor said...

Great idea and practical and pretty! I would love to know how you put these together, hope you will visit me also,

My Vintage Life said...

How lovely and what a sweet idea! A great way to show off pretty china!

Dragonfly Treasure said...

Beautiful plates and amazing idea. Looks fab!
*hugs*deb

Celestina Marie said...

WOW, I really love your plate wreaths. Just a wonderful idea for favorite plates and to showcase them.
So enjoyed my visit. Thank you for sharing.
Hugs, Celestina Marie

Heidi Meyer said...

Your plate wreaths are beautiful! I love the little birds on the plates too. Wishing you a great week! xo Heidi

Jil~Say It With Roses said...

Pretty plates and a wonderful way to display them!
Thank you for sharing and I look forward to seeing your next vintage post!
♥ Jil

Marlene said...

Hi Francie, I love those plates. The plate wreath is a great idea and it looks so beautiful. I would like to know how you glued them? This is going on my must try project list. Gorgeous.
xxx
Marlene

Annesphamily said...

My niece Holly made me a tiered server with cups and saucers. It is quite interesting but some of them came apart so I need to decide which glue will hold best. You like the Gorilla Epoxy? I may try it! Thanks Francie!