Wednesday, October 24, 2012


Paper Plates
That’s what I said, Paper Plates.
These plates have a core of paper that's covered with vibrant fabrics. Use them to hold mail, change and keys from your pockets, an in-out tray on your desk, etc. They also function great as wall hangings. The possibilities for these plates are up to you.

Care for the plates should be confined to a dry, dry dust cloth. Treat them the same as you would a fine work of art. Donot put in dishwasher or get them wet. These plates are strictly decorator items. 


Bold floral with green border, the bottom is red.

 Green and blue stripe with light green trim with royal blue bottom.

Natural color burlap top and bottom with cotton cutout embelishment. 

Blue and gray batik cotton with gold leaf, leafs on the outer edge and leaf edge trim. Has a royal blue bottom.




                                                                      
       Paper Bowl
                                                      


                      


Bowl exterior is painted copper, green and black accents with burlap rick rack trim. Lip and interior painted olive green.

Great as a table accent center piece, fill it with wicker balls, clear glass balls, any non food items.


         Millows
These little beauties are called Millows, throw them in the bowl shown above and you've got a wonderful conversation piece. I'm showing them in a glass bowl. Also in the photo below I have the Millows joined by Bead Balls. Bead Balls work great alone of with the Millows. Either way it's a stricking display.


Millows in a glass bowl


Miliows with Bead Balls


Overhead view


Millows in a glass vase


Millows and Bead Balls on the Paper Plate


Bead Balls alone on the Paper Plate


Close up of Bead Balls on the Paper Plate

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