A Dish With a Hole

6:00:00 AM

Would you buy a dish with a hole in it?

This I found at Home Goods 
for
$1.00


Loved it! But what good is a plate with 
a hole in it?


I added a knob and
I had a great little jewelry dish!



 Great on a desk for clips too!
Simple but adorable!

Susan

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13 comments

  1. I love this idea! I have one plate from a tiered plate holder, the other plate is broken, now I know what to do with it. Thanks!

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  2. Nice idea, and it's such a pretty plate.

    x

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  3. Congrat. to Nichole and I love the dish. Such a great idea. Have a great day.

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  4. pretty plate. Gail at My Repurposed LIfe has been showing how to drill holes in glass/china this week, She made lamps out of them. I immediately thought of that when I saw your plate.

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  5. Such a great idea!!!
    -emily
    nestnestingnested.blogspot

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  6. Wow what a great idea. I agree you are so crafty! Really like your blog!

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  7. Pretty plate :-) If you eve want to re-purpose it again, you could turn it into a clock

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  8. Hi Susan,
    Great, creative idea. I love when something comes together like that so quickly! When I saw the first picture I immediately thought of a clock.
    Happy Wednesday!
    Jane

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  9. For $1 I would have bought it. Love how you transformed it.

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  10. Fabulous find! I would definitely have purchased it and made a tiered serving plate! :) I adore your idea too!

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  11. Great idea! I can picture it with a clear glass antique knob too!

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  12. I bought a clear blue glass plate at a thrift store recently, i knew i could find something to make with it, thanks for the great idea!!

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