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Garden Flowers Made From Dishes

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With a few dishes from the thrift store, some silicone, and a few items from the dollar store you can make these easy dish garden flowers.

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You’ll need:

Thrift store dishes & candle holders

Silicone

Skewers

Pick how you want your dishes to go together.

Glue them with a glue of your choice – I recommend either silicone or E6000. Let dry completely.

Glue your skewers onto the back of your dishes.

Let dry completely.

Place them in your flower pot or garden.

For larger dish flowers, all you need to do is glue your dishes together and let dry.

On the back I have flattened a spoon and bent it.

I glued the flat part of the spoon to the dish, and put the bend part of the spoon in a pipe in my flower pot.

Place them in a garden or flower pot to enjoy.

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42 Comments

    1. Thank you so much Michele, and that’s a great idea! I have several more I’m planning to make this summer and can’t wait.

  1. So pretty. I’ll have to watch garage sales this summer or hit up a thrift store. These would be perfect to dress our our gardens. πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you so much Linda, and garage sales and thrift stores are great to find dishes. They are so fun to make and I have more coming this summer πŸ™‚

  2. I love this idea so much, Chas and my back yard definitely need a pot of these! Thanks for the inspiration πŸ™‚ Pinned

    1. Thank you very much Marie, and I’m thrilled you like them. Thanks for the Pin and if you create some, I’d love to see pictures please.

  3. Now I know what to do with some of these dishes. Found you on Blogger’s Pit Stop Link Party

    1. Thank you Candy and I’m thrilled you are interested in creating some of your own. Thanks for stopping by.

  4. Clever up-cycling project for the garden. Great use for mismatched plates too. Happy Spring, Kippi #kippiathome

    1. Thank you so much Kippi and so very true. It’s so much fun making these.

    1. Thank you Leanne and I’m thrilled you are interested in making some too πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you Helen, and if you need help printing – let me know and maybe I can email them to you.

  5. jodie filogomo says:

    Now these are the kinds of flowers I could keep alive!
    XOOX
    Jodie
    #senisln

    1. Thank you so much Jodie, and I totally can relate πŸ™‚ Glad you like them and thanks for stopping by.

  6. Marilyn Lesniak says:

    Thank you for sharing at #ThursdayFavoriteThings. Pinned and shared.

    1. Thank you so much Marilyn πŸ™‚ See you at the next one!

  7. Oh my goodness, what a fantastic idea! I absolutely love this. I frequent Goodwill often, and I will definitely be on the lookout for some dishes that may work for this for myself. Thanks so much for sharing at Sweet Inspiration!

    1. Thank you Amy and I’m excited you like this creation and are interested in giving it a try. Thanks for a great party.

  8. I’ve made totems, but never the glass flowers! They’ve been on my list for years.
    I love how yours turned out.

    Thanks for sharing at Talk of the Town, I’m choosing your project to feature next week.

    pinning!

    gail

    1. Thank you so much Gail and I’m such a fan of yours! Thanks for hosting a great party and thanks for the Pin πŸ™‚

  9. This is such a great idea! I love old things made new. You are my featured post on Traffic Jam. Thanks for linking up! #trafficjam

    1. Thank you so much Tracy and thank you for the feature. See you at the next party – can’t wait πŸ™‚

  10. This is such a fun idea for decorating in the garden or on the porch! I’ll be hitting the thrift store next week and will keep my eyes open for sure!

    Thanks for sharing at The Ultimate Pinterest Party last week. I’m featuring this in this weeks new party.

    1. Thank you so much Ali, and I’m thrilled you want to create some too. Thank you for the feature and thanks for a great party. See you at the next one.

  11. this is a really cool upcycle idea and great way to re-purpose dishes that are beautiful. Thanks for sharing this idea with us at #OMGHWW.

    1. Thank you very much Alice, they get really addicting to make once you start πŸ™‚

  12. Marilyn Lesniak says:

    Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared

    1. Thank you so much Marilyn, great talking with you today πŸ™‚

  13. Much easier than what I’ve been doing. Thanks for sharing. Love these. You come up with the most interesting things, period.

    1. You are so very sweet EJ, thank you so much. I would love to see some of yours πŸ™‚

  14. I’ll be featuring this great DIY tomorrow at as a feature at Merry Monday. It would make a great gift for Mother’s Day!

    1. Thank you so very much Jenny, and thanks for hosting a wonderful party…. I’ll see you at the next one πŸ™‚

  15. I love this idea and will be featuring it at #merrymonday tonight! Hope you will stop by to check it out when you have a chance. Michelle

    1. You are so very sweet Michelle, thank you so much for the feature. Can’t wait until the next party!

  16. I love the dish flowers, I am a little confused about glueing the dishes together, do you mean you have two of the same dish and you glue the two of them together or is it just one that you glue with the skewer? thanks os much you are a very talented lady
    Julie

    1. Thanks, Julie you are so very sweet. πŸ™‚ I a smaller dish onto a bigger dish, and then I glue them onto the skewer.

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