Make a Striped Enamel Pedestal Dish

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I love everything with stripes.

enamelware red striped plates repurposed into a pedestal dish



I wear stripes all the time, I have stripes all over my house.

I think it is the graphic nature of stripes that appeals to me.... I'm also a lover of red.


So when I found these enamel, red striped plates...
I knew right away they were perfect!

I had the perfect paint and the perfect metal part left over from an old, outdoor lamp.

repainted lamp piece made over into a pedestal dish

I attached the enamel plate to the metal base with E6000

Red and white nautical enamelware pedestal dish

and that's it! Nothing else.

It turned out to be an adorable nautical looking pedestal dish!

I love how the edges of the plate have little chips in the enamel.

Red and white repurposed nautical enamelware pedestal dish

Red and white repurposed enamelware pedestal dish

Red and white DIY repurposed enamelware pedestal dish

I just love it and it took no time!

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4 comments

  1. It turned out so beautiful! I really love that lamp part that you added to it. That's such a smart idea. :)

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  2. well, susan--aren't those pedestal plates the cutest! :)

    stripes are fun!
    gail

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  3. My eyes play tricks on me all the time..... but you can't fool me, I know that isn't dehydrated cauliflower.

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