Sunday, March 8, 2009

Blue Monday and Met Monday(update on finishing)

Hello Dear Ones and welcome to another Blue and
Met Monday! Blue Monday is hosted by our Sally at
Smiling Sally and Met Monday is hosted by our Susan at Between Naps on the Porch.

Today I'm combining the two. Please go visit both of
these Sweet Ones to see much Blueness and more
Makeoverness!


I just love this magazine and drool over every page, don't you? See the Blueness, Sally? :)
While flipping through the articles I saw this...Fashion Plates! Plates? Did I just read the word PLATES? Well, Dear Ones, I was going to have to look more closely at this little article. Isn't that the most gorgeous plate you've ever seen? I had dogeared the page so I would make sure I could find it again. I was so excited!!

Look at these! Well, let me tell you, I was about to put on my craftiness. These plates are just clear glass plates that have been decoupaged with fabric! Woo Hooness! I was about to go to town making fashion plates! :)
Went to WalMart and bought a set of these clear dishes for around $15! Do I need more plates? No! Then why am I about to decoupage more plates? Because I'm a Dishaholic and can not help myself! :)
This is all you need to get started.
Now I sew, so I have lots of fabric. But I needed to decide which pattern I would use.
Okay, I picked this pretty flowery fabric (see the Blueness, Sally?) You just lay the plate down on top of the fabric with the right side of the fabric facing up and draw around it adding about 1 1/2 - 2 ". I probably added more since this was my first time.
By the way, I'm using a large clear platter I already had for this Fashion Plate.
Oh, this was so much fun. I felt like a little kid playing in the glue. You just take the little sponge brush and start applying the decoupage glue. The instructions said to apply it liberally. I think I got a little too liberal with it. :) Then you place the plate down on top of the glue smeared fabric with it's bottom to the glue. Flip the plate with the glued fabric over and place it plate side down on a mixing bowl or something. I used an upside down plastic margarine bowl and it worked very well. Now you just continue slapping on the glue now to the wrong side of the fabric until you've covered the entire bottom of the plate. Here's the fun part - you use your dainty fingers and starting in the middle of the plate's bottom, rub your fingers across the plate all the way to the end of the fabric. You're getting out the air bubbles and smoothing out the fabric. You do this over the entire plate until you're fabric is looking smooth and you don't see any more air bubbles. I did pretty well, but by putting on so much glue there were places that lumped up a bit. But it turned out pretty well for my first time.

UPDATE! I'm so silly and forgot to tell you how to finish these puppies! Let your glued up plate rest and dry over night. The next day carefully cut away the excess fabric from your plate. Like I said, I haven't put the varnish on the back, but I'm sure this would seal any loose edges of the fabric!
Lookee!! Isn't it beautiful! I just love it! You're supposed to paint on the liquid varnish to the backside of the plate. Well, I haven't done that yet! But you can actually use this platter, just wipe off the surface. You surely wouldn't put it into your sudsy sink or your dishwasher. No no Nannette!
Forgive me, you can see the plastic tablecloth I used! I had to protect my table!! :)
Now I'm on to the four dinner plates and the salad plates. Again it was hard choosing the right fabric - but I'm thinking 'spring' so I went with this sweet little yellow rosey print!
Isn't it just the sweetest dinner plate you've ever seen? By this time, honey, I was getting really good at this! I'm so creative! :)

Now I was on a roll...time to play in the glue and fashion my little salad plates! Ta Dah!!

Oh, be still my heart! Is this not the cutest little plate you've ever seen? You can even see my crocheted runner through it. This little plate is so very light and fluffy!! :)

See how they look together? Oh, I am truly loving this! I've made Fashion Plates and you can to!!
I am just so amazing, don't you think? :) You know I'm kidding! This was so much fun and I'm sure I'm going to do it again.

Now make sure you go and visit our Blue Sally and our Transformation Susan!

Be a bunch of sweeties,
Shelia :)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song~

The Great Pretender

Oh yes, I'm the great pretender
Pretending that I'm doing well
My need is such; I pretend too much
I'm lonely but no one can tell.

Oh yes, I'm the great pretender
A drift in a world of my own
I play the game; but to my real shame
You've let me to dream all alone.

Too real is this feeling of make believe
Too real when I feel what my heart can't conceal.

Oh yes I'm the great pretender
Just laughing and gay like a clown
I seem to be what I'm not; you see
I'm wearing my heart like a crown
Pretending that you're still around.

Too real is this feeling of make believe
Too real when I feel what my heart can't conceal

Yes I'm the great pretender
Just laughing and gay like a clown
I seem to be what I'm not you see
I'm wearing my heart like a crown
Pretending that you're still around
~ sung by The Platters


100 comments:

  1. OH MY GOODNESS SAKES ALIVE....I think you just turned me into a dish girl!!!! I am blown away by how adorable those are....I see some red and white toile plates with red and white checked salad plates in my future!!! Guess who is going to make a trip to the store tomorrow! Thanks for sharing this ingenious idea with us. I'm SOOOO excited!

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  2. Oh, I have been just aching for some gold and white check plates, now I can have some. This is the best thing since sliced bread. I can hardly wait to make some. Yours are just gorgeous. Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Marty

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  3. I HAVE to try this. I think I have some clear plates tucked away somewhere that I'm not even using...how fun this looks! Your plates turned out great! And no one else has a set anywhere like 'em! You ARE amazing Miss Shelia! I think I see a tablescape coming on! :-)

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  4. I knew this could be done, but I didn't know how to do it. I can't wait to find some frenchy fabric and make some myself. I already have the plates. I bought them at Old Time Pottery before Christmas. Thanks for sharing!
    Nina (Bettey)

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  5. omygoshomygoshomygosh!!!! I love these, Shelia! I really "need" to go to Wally's place, 'cause you have inspired me!!

    Did you see Debbie's nifty chargers from Wal-mart? I have two wonderful reasons to stop by!

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  6. Do you just trim the edge of the fabric and the glue seals it? I would really like to try this project! Thank you for the idea! Wal-Mart for the plates?

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  7. Oh my..I had never seen this idea before....so many possibilities!! I may have to give it a try!

    Susan

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  8. You have created a MONSTER!!! I love these!

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  9. OhMyGosh....Sheilaness...I am just beside myself ....I can;t WAIT to try this. You are so so so smart....and so good at what you do.
    Oh boy...I was just wishing I had some red and white toile plates to hang in my new yellow bedroom ..I have some clear plates and I CAN DO THIS....I'm not crafty like you but I just know I can do this one!
    Not sure about the edges, tho??
    xo bj

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  10. Linda/ "Mom..."Sunday, March 08, 2009

    *** "YER THE MA'AM, SHELIA!!!" ***** This makes my heart go pitter-patter!!! It reminds me too, of the days when, young & living in gov't Army quarters, a friend showed me how she used BOTTLES of STARCH on beautiful sheets/fabrics for "wallpaper" on her bathroom walls, the wall behind their bed, etc... I tried it in our guest room then, & LOVED it (it was, albeit, a bit MESSY, but gee! lotsa fun!)~~~ NOW you are doing THIS and it is just TOOOOOOO ADORABLE, Shelia!!! MORE THAN A GAZILLION KUDOS to you, kiddo! HUGS, Linda

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  11. This is AWESOMELY fabulous. At first, I thought you were going to layer a tablescape with the clear dishes (I have some and use them like crazy). Then I saw the fabric, and I still didn't get it.
    You have made masterpieces!
    I have a question...or two...how did you deal with the curve of the plate and wrinkles? I love this idea.

    If you plan to go back to Big Lots, go online and sign up for their coupon alerts.

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  12. Thank you for reminding me about doing this with clear plates- I remember years ago doing some plates for christmas presents but now what a great way to tablescape and I have seen clear plates at the thrift stores for cheap cheap!!!

    blessings
    mary

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  13. Lovely plates!!! may have to give this a try!

    I have tagged you for the 6 things about you!
    come over and check it out! Looking forward to learning more about you sweetie!

    xoxo,
    Cathleen

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  14. Miss Sweetie Pie Sheila......YOU are so crafty! I love the designs you selected and they all look so adorable! The magazine is my ultimate favorite too! I read it this afternoon before a little tea party I threw for a couple little neighbor girls under the pergola. We had temperatures in the mid to high 70's today here in GA., it was lovely! Loved your TUNES to today's post too! ~CC Catherine :)

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  15. I have a nice surprise for you on my blog...:)

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  16. This such a fantastic project. I just love it. I love the fabrics you selected too. Brilliant, I say brilliant!

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  17. These look incredible!! Love the mix n match!
    blessings,
    kari & kijsa

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  18. Oh dear. Love what you did to your plates. They are so beautiful. it'll be a nice house warming gift, don't you think? :-) I'm Inspired :-) Maybe..have to try for myself. Don't know when but I will. Will be saving this particular post for inspiration :-)

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  19. I have done plates like that before but not with fabric...how cool! I love how you combined them together.....endless poss. I tell ya...just endless. Love your blog Shelia! cherry

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  20. Heck, I have seen that done on TV but I didn't believe it would really work so well for an average (not that you are AVERAGE by any means) mortal!
    Great job once again!

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  21. Oh I am so doing this. This could be my answer to all the plates I look for and cannot find. This could be... trouble.lol My house could be filled with pretty plates. Watch out Walmart ,here i come. thanks. mishelle

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  22. Sheila,
    This is so way mega cool. I love your fabric choices and I need to give this a try. Thanks for sharing, Cindy

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  23. Love, love, love this idea. The plates are so pretty. The idea seems so easy that even I could do it.lol I have clear plates. Now to get some fabric

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  24. The plates are WONDERFUL!..I'm so glad I read your post today because I was trying to figure out how to find a plate in a certain color and now I know what to do and I don't have to settle for a certain color - my options are open
    Great work!

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  25. I LOVE this!! Not only did you make the prettiest dishes~ but it looks like so much fun to do!! It's great that the design options are endless and so many combinations! Woohoo~ I think even someone like me can do this! Lol :-) Laura

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  26. Beautiful plates. Thanks for the how-to.

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  27. LOVE IT, Sheila! You are such an incredibly crafty (in the good way, of course!) woman.... just think of the possibilities with these plates to coordinate them with a theme of a baby or wedding shower or contrast/coordinate with the dishes for a tea or just decorating.

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  28. You are fabulous, dahling! That looks like a fun project! And being that I wouldn't have to sew the fabric - even better!

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  29. I smile EVERY time I read one of your posts :) I am not crafty, but I loved reading about yours!

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  30. Hi Shelia! Yippee, another way to add to our plate addiction...but these are not expensive & they can be designed anyway we want...love this! Thanks for sharing, ;-) Bo

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  31. Designer plates, designed by her Sweetness. Your the bomb.Now, I'm wondering where I could put some.

    Love Ya,
    Chris

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  32. Sheila! this is so exciting to me! My sister in law had a plate that was done like this but I never knew how to do it and now I do! Thank you for the inspiration AND the directions! Love your fabric choices and I'm excited at the potential this gives another dishoholic!!

    I'm so glad you like my red dining room! I enjoyed your visit. ;)

    Donna

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  33. Those turned out beautifully Sheila:) I love the fabrics you chose. Happy Blue Monday
    Gina Jo

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  34. YES Dearest Shelia, YOU are amazing! These are the most adorable plates I have EVER seen! Oh, my I'm doing cartwheels RIGHT now. :)

    Big hugs~ J

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  35. You truly are amazing....these are amazing! OMG! They are so pretty and one of a kind!...Christine

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  36. Brilliant! Now we can all have "custom" plates -- then we'll have to all have a huge plate show and tell!
    Love it -- I'm so gonna do this!
    Thanks Sheila.

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  37. Shelia!! I am so impressed!! That is truly a masterpiece!!! They all look great!!! And it seems like fun too!.. might have to try this sometime.. I love decoupage!

    Monica

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  38. OH MY!!!!!!!!!

    I did this YEARS ago...with fancy paper napkins!!!

    I LOVE the idea of using fabric - goodness knows (and so do you) how much sewing is in my future - and that I'll have LEFT-OVER fabric!!! Guess I have another project to go on my TO DO list!! LOL!!!

    ;-)

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  39. Shelia, I'm super drooling here... Lovely choice for today! Thanks for sharing the steps, I'd love to do that soon!

    Yummy looking plates!

    Hugs,
    Chandy

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  40. Your plates are so pretty! Thanks for sharing!

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  41. WOW! What a great project! I would have never thought of this idea, so fun. Your plates came out adorable, love em!
    ~Michelle

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  42. Shelia... these are just the cutest things EVER! I love them! So clever and so, so, SO cute! This is one of my favorite craft projects Ive seen, and you have VERy cute fabric! I'm squealing with girlish glee because I am thinking I might even be able to do this. And I am thinking of how much fun it would be to have tons and tons more china! :-)

    Now, just ook what you started! ;-)

    XO,

    Sheila... who wishes we could get together for a Shelady party!

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  43. Oh have you given me an idea! What gorgeous plates you have. This would be the way to solve a decorating problem in a sweet little spot in my home. I'd better get busy! Thanks for sharing your gorgeous new plates and for the inspiration. ~Adrienne~

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  44. Love them ! They are beautiful! I made a couple of these plates using giftwrap and one time I used a favorite shirt of mine ! LOL.
    You did a fab job. They really look divine!

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  45. Sheila, I love, love, love, your fashion plates. Now I am itching to make some too. I think I can, I KNOW I CAN! Oh, I am so excited to get started. I haven't sewn in a long time so I must buy some fabric too.

    I haven't been up to shopping much but I am going to try. Yippee!

    Love and hugs...Jeanne

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  46. I saw that article in Romantic homes and laughed to myself because I made so many of those plates about 10 years ago. We used them for prizes at a Mother's Day Banquet. It is amazing how they really look like chinz plates. You did a great job.

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  48. I know what I am doing today! Have a great day!

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  49. I used to do this. I made a whole bunch of Fall plates, now where are they and why did I forget you can do this. I am off to the dollar store for clear plates, already have more fabric than Hancocks and JoAnn put together and have the decoupage goop too. Thank you for the remembering!!

    Roberta Anne

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  50. Shelia,
    I love this idea! It can be difficult to find the right pattern or colors in a display plate so this is a wonderful solution....Cathy

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  51. Good morning Shelia! Look at you in all your pretty creativeness!! I am so impressed with your results. Such pretties. Happy Blue and Met to you. Blessings...

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  52. Hi Sheilia
    Two great minds....you beat me to the punch! I bought that magazine last week before my vacation time and saw those dishes too. I was thinking of giving them a try too. Yours are soooo nice! Great job and I love the fabric you used.

    Thank you for sharing...
    have a lovely day
    Judi

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  53. Oh my goodness - those plates are adorable! I am addicted to mod podge. I have decoupaged plates before using wrapping paper and magazines, but not fabric. I am goign to have to do that!

    Thanks!

    Jen

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  54. Shelia! Oh this is brilliant! I am off to Walmart! I have fabric in my cabinet and Mod Podge just waiting for this project! ~ Robyn

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  55. Yours are beeeautiful! I've done this with big platters and tissue paper but I love the idea of fabric and adorable little dishes!!! I really don't know anything I love more than mod Podge!!!!
    Robin Rane'
    All Things Heart and Home

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  56. I am loving this! I will be going to Hobby Lobby tomorrow and get me some fabric and some hodge podge and some varnish and some plates and I am going to make me some of these. Wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing it!

    Lou Cinda :)

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  57. This is a great idea! I love the fabric you used-it does say spring.
    Carolyn

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  58. Darling, such a fun craft.
    If I could find big ones, like charger sized, I would like to make those!
    Linda Q

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  59. Shelia,

    Those look AMAZING. I am so going to try that. LOVE the idea and yours do look awesome. Thanks for the idea.

    *hugs*

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  60. Shelia,

    Those look AMAZING. I am so going to try that. LOVE the idea and yours do look awesome. Thanks for the idea.

    *hugs*

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  61. Shelia, those are awesome! We can all have plates that match our homes with that idea. I have the cutest plate rack on my patio of all places. I think I'd better make some of those. Pronto!

    Did you say where you got the plates? I'll go read again.

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  62. Holy Cow! You are just so clever and creative! Do you lay awake at nights thinking of new things to do? Why don't you write a book! I am absolutely blown away! Those plates are beautiful! Linda

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  63. Love the fabric's that you chose. Beautiful!

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  64. Oh My My My....your plates are beautiful....I did something like thay many years ago....I think I just might have to try that again...you did a great job....
    Hugs,
    Mo ;-)

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  65. OH MY GOSH~! I am just going nuts at this very moment. I loved your post...I love the fabric you chose...and now my head is swimming with ideas! Hahhaha...you may have created monsters (us) demanding glass dishes, and the like ....we will be on a decoupaging roll!!!! Yippeeee I love fun projects like this. Love it.
    Debbie

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  66. Your new plates are fantastic, Shelia! Great job!!

    Thanks so much for your terrific, supportive comments about my old condo's kitchen remodel!! Come back soon!!

    Victoria from EdinDesigns @ DesignTies

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  67. Yes, you are amazing. And, I am so... glad that you are my sister. Be getting ready for my birthday, and my Easter present, and my Sister's Day present, and my Mother's Day present, and my Fourth of July present, and my Memorial Day present, and my Grandparent's Day present, and my wedding anniversary, and my Labor Day present, and my Columbus Day present, and my Veteran's Day present, and let's not forget Christmas.

    Is that enough to make a whole set? If not, let me know because I can think of some more. ;-)

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  68. You are just over the top smart! Your plates look just like chintz plates which cost mega bucks. I'm loving this idea!

    JudyBug

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  69. Well now, aren't you the crafty one!! You now have a wonderful collection of chintz dishes. What else do you have up your sleeve? I need inspiration!! Sally

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  70. Shelia these plates are just beautiful! I could never attempt anything like that even with the wonderful instructions you gave us. You are just amazing and so talented!

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  71. Thank you sooo much for the kind comment you left on my blog- I truly appreciate it!

    :-)
    Layla
    The Lettered Cottage

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  72. Those plates are so cute. You sure are talented. Love them!!!!

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  73. My great aunt Claire gave me a few of those plates when she came to visit last year. I think they are just adorable, and now that I know how easy they are to make it will be difficult to restrain myself from playing with glue.

    Tabbikat's Thoughts

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  74. Shelia these dishes are fabulous--you are so clever! I just love the fabrics you chose!

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  75. Thank you Miss Shelia....its sweet ladies like you that keep me here~

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  76. YES SHELIA, YOU ARE AMAZING! What a great project you've shown all of us plate addicts! I cannot wait to try this. You picked such pretty fabris, and your plates turned out beautifully! I am lovin' this idea! Oh, all of those little bits of fabric I've stored away are just running through my head! I can have plates to match the upholstery on my chairs!! Oh this is just great! Thanks so much for sharing it. laurie

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  77. Shelia! What a wonderful project, you will have single-handedly caused a shortage of glass plates! Your plates are so pretty I can't wait to try this.

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  78. Hi Shelia...I'm back to tell you I posted my wonderful gifts from you on my blog...I'm still on Cloud Nine...You are such a lovely, giving person and I'm so lucky to have met you! Hugs, ;-) Bo

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  79. Well, yes, you are rather amazing .. no one will give you an argument there! The plates are really unbelievable and thank you for showing and telling.

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  80. Shelia,
    You are quite the crafty gal! I had no idea you could do this! Love it!!!

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  81. This is beyond wonderful!!! What a wonderful idea!!!! I have to store this into memory because I am sure I will use this!!! Hugs French;) xoxo

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  82. Oh my word Pickle..this is the greatest idea!!!! I am always seeing fabric that I love & I know I can glue.....I have got to try this...but you do understand..this in no way makes me a Dishaholic...you on the other hand might be in need of some aspirin..you got the FEVER!!!!! lol

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  83. Shelia...I have made these before..and Girl I also got the mag...but I will tell you I did ones using my grand kids pictures that I copied on my copy machine...cut them out decoupage them on the plates and then did the fabrics...all did these with wedding invite, birth annoucment etc..Great job girl...thanks for sharing..hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  84. They look really great. You just can't stop buying plates. You have enough plates to do tablescapes for all your followers on each of their tables! LOL!
    I love they way they came out and you sure couldn't have bought plates that cute anywhere.

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  85. Those are cute as a bugs ear sheila.I have that magazine and haven't even looked at it yet. Look what I have been missing !

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  86. Ohh Sheila! These plates are fantasic!!! You did an amazing job and I love the fabrics you chose. The yellow patterns stacked up are perfect.

    I checked our Walmart for the latest RH just today (not there yet), then come here to find this, lol!

    I've got a bathroom snapper on my blog right now, check it out! I *finally* got one posted! Now to find the others I've taken in the past....

    Great song, I shall go to bed with it in my head!

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  87. What can I say but Woy, what a great amazing idea.

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  88. oh I just can't stop buying them, it's getting ridiculous...what an amazing idea, the fabrics are wonderful

    great inspiration!!

    Sarah

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  89. the plates really became so beautiful! thanks for sharing this.. I will try it at home..

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  90. Hi Sheila, I just found your blog and boy, have I been missing a lot. I LOVE IT!!! I cannot believe how these plates turned out; they are BEAUTIFUL!!! I bought 2 salad size plates years ago like this at a craft fair and they were expensive. I am going to get myself some plates and fabric and try this. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Gina

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  91. Thank you for sharing this post. I saw that article & thought CTE! But, you may have pushed me over the top to create some of these wonders. Enjoy your plates they are darling!

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  92. Holy cow, this is one of the coolest craft projects ever! And it's inexpensive and EASY! Even I could do this, I think!

    Justine :o )

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  93. Shelia,

    I saw this article!!!! How cool! I am so glad to see someone I "know" try it out first!! I think it is a very neat idea, especially to make during the holidays or for when you are sharing food or sweets so the recipient can keep it. Your fabric is soooo pretty!!

    Kudo's to you on Met Monday!

    xoxo
    Jane

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  94. Your plates look great. This reminds me of a plate that a neighbor gave me one year done with Christmas fabric. Sadly I don't have it anymore because my son put it in the dishwasher.

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  95. You hsve the answer for me.I have been wanting some red polka dot plates.If i could find them i probvably don't have the budget.Bless you,i can have some now.kiss kiss.I don't know why I didn't think of this.I used to make decorative platesd like they sell in magazines?with like the president or a wolf or an indian?Yipeeeeeeee.you fixed it for me..............Ann

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  96. THose are so beautiful that I am just speechless!!!

    take care,
    Dawn

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  97. How cool is that!!!! Oh Shelia they turned out wonderfully!!! I HAVE to try this!! Vanna

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  98. Wowee Zowee!! ooohh boy! What a great idea!!! Now you have given me ideas. ooh ooh, I can't wait now to try it. Thank you for sharing this awesome idea. I can see it now. Blog posts everywhere of our decoupaged plates. Don't know if I spelled that right. Oh well.

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  99. How did I miss this post? I think this has to be the best post ever in the history of blogland!!!! I am hyperventilating at the thought of all the dishes I can make. You are the cleverest!!!!!!! :D Jewel

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  100. Girl! I love this, the fabric you have used is beautiful! I use to do this with paper with 4H children. Do you think, you could place the plate in a sink of dish water and not hurt the back? I have never made any for myself. I love the fabric. Great Post!

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