|This piece was made by me from pieces found at Goodwill. The cloche was a cheese tray lid. The plate was something I already had, and I glued a sweet cut glass goblet under it to act as a base.|
|One of my favorite vignettes...I created this for my mother's 70th B-day Luncheon back in April, and I love it so much, it continues to grace my china hutch. Just pieces that I already had along with antique gloves.|
|Two little vintage glass salt and pepper shakers make the sweetest little bud vases. I'm so enjoying these this summer with cuttings from my gardens.|
|And lastly, I recently decided to use this darling Pfaltzgraff tea cup set that I've had for decorating inside my house for about 4 years, and use it to make a tea cup bird feeder for my front flower gardens. One less thing to dust in the house, and a new sweet way to enjoy the tea cup! The shape, size, and decor of this set were just perfect for a bird feeder. I also have some similiar ones for sale in my etsy...the shop is listed in my sidebar if you are interested. The tutorial for making your own tea cup birders is HERE.|
Thank you so much for joining me on this little dish display!
I'd love to hear about and see pictures of how you use dishes to decorate in your home and garden too.
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