Monday, June 8, 2009

VINTAGE PLATES IN THE GARDEN


Why not?


11 comments:

Tracey said...

That's lovely, the animals and the fairies will have a tea party at night!!!!
Tracey xxxxxxxxxx

Amy said...

you always have fab ideas! xxx

C Maisy said...

I totally agree with you...why not! They look perfect!

Nancy said...

It's just the perfect touch to a pretty garden!

Nancy

Bellamere Cottage said...

I have vintage plates in my flower pots! Well, until they're overtaken by the posies... I'm going to look in my broken china bin to see if I have enough plates to make a border around my little cottage garden. I've seen other gals here in blogland do it.......SO CUTE!

Yours look adorable out in the garden. Doesn't it just make you smile?

Blessings,
Spencer

Brenda said...

I agree. Why not? My husband broke one of my favorites a few weeks ago. Mostly around one edge. So instead of throwing it out, I put it in a plastic bag. And when my deck is finally finished and things are back in their rightful place, I'm planning on sticking it out there in the dirt somewhere where no one will even see that it's broken!
Brenda

Cathy said...

Why not indeed? They look wonderful in your garden!!! I think I might try this myself!!!

Enjoy the day!!!
XOXO
Cathy

Terri said...

That's a cool idea - imagine a border made of broken floral plates - broken side down, of course!

Mrs. Rabe said...

Thanks for joining me over at my blog! I love to meet new blog friends! I read your "about me" to my husband and he said "it sounds like you!" Kindred spirits, maybe? :)

I can't wait to look at more of your sweet blog!

Susie said...

Why not is right Jen! How cute that looks. Leave it to you to come up with neat ideas.

Manuela@Pleasures of Homemaking said...

Very cute! I have a whole border that's made from plates.

Manuela