Flower Plates

My latest fun thing to do is to shop for cast off dishes to create fun whimsey's for the garden and table.

Here are a couple of plate flowers I've made recently.

 Hung on lattice

Thinking about making flower plates makes thrift shopping even more fun.
Learning to wield a calk gun..ummm not so fun.  

Here is mine in the garden:

It's firmly positioned on a pole that is hidden in the bush itself.  I like them to be seen when you turn a corner or in some unexpected way.  If you remember the colorful houses blog I did, and I've linked you to it, I am recreating this in a small way that will fit into any lifestyle.  You can have as many or few plate flowers as you like. 

I've posted at 
and at the links you'll find along the right side!


The Cranky said…
This is such a great idea! I'm definitely going to be trying it. =)
These are so cute! What a great way to add some punch in the garden and around your patio. Thanks so much for linking up at Frugal Treasures Tuesday.
Great idea! Those look fabulous in your garden
Debbiedoos said…
So cute, and very unique. Glad you joined my newbie party. Please add my link or button to your post so that others know you have joined in. Thanks.
I was poking around Debbies and I saw your post! So I popped over to help you out! I'm now your newest Follower, Linky too!

I love your flower plates! I'm a bit of a dish-a-holic myself! So, I'm always drawn to posts about dishes! LOL!!!

Have a wonderful week!

Kathy Moody said…
I love your beautiful plates! What a great idea. Hi, I'm your newest follower on Linky and GFC. I would love it if you would join me, too! Look forwarding to getting to know you.

Whimsy and Juno said…
Your creations look awesome! Such a unique way to use vintage plates and show them off in style! :)
xoxo Lauren
so whimsical jeanne! i love the one u hung on the lattice :) the colors are gorgeous too! more please :)
Nekiah Torres said…
AMAZING!! I absolutely love these plates. The 2nd one is my fave! You are very talented my friend! Keep it coming....Kiah
Donna Wilkes said…
Came over from Barbe's to see the plate project. They are just perfect for what I want to do in my front garden. The problem: for some reason plates at the local thrift shops have gone from fifty cents to three dollars and up!

Distressed Donna Down Home
These are fabulous! Love them. I can't decide which one I like the best. Thank you for sharing this at the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again on Monday. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse
Absolutely love plates and you have certainly found a very creative way to use them. Don't know which one I like best. It's brought vintageness to your garden. I'm a graduate of Debbie's Newbie party, so was wondering would you share this adorable flower plate at Sunday's Best this evening. Sure hope so, to darn creative not to share!
Rebecca said…
If you have a minute (after you get back from Disney....) would you let me know what adhesive you used on these dish "flowers"? This is where I always get lost - knowing what to use to withstand weather.

Yours are SO beautiful! Thanks SO much & have fun!
Jeannie Marie said…
Cathy, thanks for the request to post my flower plates! They are fun to make!
Jeannie Marie said…
Rebecca, I'll be posting a tutorial on making the whimsies and plates soon.
Tickled pink and so happy you shared, I can't wait for the tutorial, would like to make a few myself. So glad you shared your creative inspiration with Sunday’s Best!
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