Metallic New Year’s Plate

knock off hope plate

At the beginning of each new year, Bethany from Pitter and Glink is always filled with hope for good things to come. When she saw a holiday plate from Bloomingdale’s that featured the word “hope,” she just had to knock if off. Bethany used a dollar store plate and some paint pens to recreate the festive plate in less than ten minutes!

knock off hope plate

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Shell Dining Chargers

Susan from Before Naps on the Porch was watching an auction for some pretty shell chargers on eBay, thinking how nice they’d be for summer dining. Imagine her surprise when the price shot up over $200! Yes, that’s for a set of six chargers! Instead of getting in on the crazy-high bidding, Susan adorned some [...Read More]

White Stenciled Dishes

Celeste from Celestial’s Creations was inspired by an Anthro plate that featured a poem to create a version of her own. While the plates were not as simple to make as Celeste had hoped, she finally achieved the desired product by painting on her poem with a vinyl stencil and quickly removing the vinyl after [...Read More]

Turquoise Sea Coral Plates

Nicole from Shabby Beach Nest has a love for beach décor and wanted to give her table a little TLC after serving as a dumping ground. After finding her dream plates and then realizing they were $153 a pop (Crazy, right?!?), Nicole decided to make her own. Nicole says, “I immediately got my creative juices [...Read More]

Textured Copper Platter

Jennifer from Rustic Renditions created some cool texture on a plate with some tissue paper and Mod Podge.  The results are a simply stunning and a great focal point for her armoire vignette. Her original inspiration was the Textured Copper Ceramic Platter which retails at Pier 1 Imports for $130. Go visit Rustic Renditions for [...Read More]