Pretty Paper Plates

6:00:00 AM

Admit it, we all have these...

The thrift store is full of them...
$1.50 for 20... 

You know I just have to try something with them...
I laid them out and spray painted them white...

Traced on a star...

Painted the star with silver patio paint...

And get a load of these...

They're actually cute now!
Imagine them in a color to match your outdoor decor...
Any color, any stencil.....
Just a cute little upgrade today!

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  1. Susan ~
    Those are so cute!! My mom has those but I don't :) I am thinking I need a thrift store run soon!

  2. What a cute, easy, quick idea!! I love it! Thanks for sharing, Susan!!

  3. You are so right about seeing those all of the time at the thrifts. Cute update, so much fresher looking!!
    Have a great weekend.

  4. I would never have thought to do that - and I love the way it looks! Thanks for sharing the idea. :)

  5. Wow! What an awesome idea! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Ha Ha - I DO have a stack of those! Thanks for the idea! :o)

  7. I DO have a stack of those...what a great idea. Recently spray painted a wicker-like piece as wall decor but would never have thought to paint those. Good Job!

  8. Another great idea! Love what you did with them! Lesa

  9. I remember these!:0)

    Hi! Following you from a blog hop!:0)Hope you visit me and return the follow!

    Btw if you like please join the Treasurr Trove Tribune! I think you will enjoy it!:0)

  10. This is such a great project! Can't believe how cheap you got them!

  11. These are adorable! Fun idea.

    Crafty Butt

  12. Such nostalgia! We used these things all the time, growing up. You made them look so cute!

    Thanks for linking to the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop!

  13. Really appreciate you linking up this awesome masterpiece at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop :)

  14. how fun! those are plentiful at thrift stores.


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