Friday, May 28, 2010

Mirrored Plates

A few eeks ago Sue from 
took me to one of 
her favorite shops
Alley Cat Chic
What a cute consignment shop!!
I found quite a few fun things
These plates intrigued
me 


I haven't seen anything like them
so I thought I'd share
them with everyone



I honestly don't remember 
the price of them
and I had thought it 
would be a great
way to use my old dishes








My rendition of this is:

I got this small 
what I believe was a coaster
for .25
at a yard sale
and bought the mirror
for .99


glued the mirror on with E6000









I'm hoping to find a bigger dish to put behind it





Transformation Thurs












19 comments:

  1. Jo, I love your version! I've seen mirrored plates only a couple times before. I have a mirror on hand to try this, but haven't yet. Thanks for the reminder!!

    Have a great Memorial Day!

    Nancy

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  2. How clever is this! I love that you were able to replicate it...love the bling! ;-)

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  3. I think your version is much nicer. Looks much more finished and professional. Very pretty and I am very envious.

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  4. I love mirrors and plates! Great together!


    -heather

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  5. Jo, you're just amazing! How pretty this is. You have great vision, my friend!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  6. Yours is the best! Nice idea.

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  7. Jo, that looks very pretty and valuable. I have never seen such a mirror plate before but it is a nice eye catcher.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  8. Love it, it's gorgeous! And your version is def my favorite. I'm giving away Sam Moon cuff bracelets if you're interested:
    www.sceneofthegrime.blogspot.com
    ♥Laurie

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  9. Now you have given me a idea with what to do with my plate collection.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  10. I've never seen a mirror plate before! What an interesting idea. Love your version!

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  11. Very beautiful! it's such a quick craft that makes a big statement.

    http://iheartjennysart.com

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  12. That is beautiful! I love that idea. Thanks for sharing. Visiting from Today's Creative Blog!

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  13. What a great idea!! Looks terrific! Visiting from Tip Junkie. :)

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  14. very unusual and oh so pretty. I like the plate that you worked with.
    Pam

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  15. Your fancy plate was a great find for a quarter! the mirror looks like it was supposed to be there all along - cute!

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  16. That's pretty neat!! What a great idea!!!

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  17. So very cute, you found the exact right pieces to do this with.

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