Thursday, June 12, 2008

Handmade Plate





I may have to make a set of these.. It took about 10 minutes.


Feeling creative today for some reason, so I just colored on a plate. What do you think??? Plate courtesy of Ikea fifty nine cent plate and colors from Sharpie free had them around the house... Total cost o.59 cents plus labor..

6 comments:

The Little Window Shoppe said...

You are so creative - such cute plates, who knew sharpies would be so useful!! And I love the Barnes and Noble book post too. Great idea.

Dirty Fingernails said...

Thanks! Sharpies are my secret weapon... We love books here!

The Fear Fam said...

Hi! Came here via LDS Women Bloggers. Love love love the plates! (And I love IKEA, so what a bonus.) I may have to make some of these with my girls... although, do you know if the Sharpie holds up in the dishwasher? (I assume it does, but I thought I'd check.)

Dirty Fingernails said...

I am going to hang them on the wall. I was talking about it at work and the consensus was they probably would need fired, sharpie eventually does come off, just look at the bottom of my casserole pans from funerals.

tracystreehouse said...

i have zero talent, if i send you a SASE, would you send me the pattern on the plates?! and can you eat off them? they are sooooooooo cute! tracy

Dirty Fingernails said...

Tracy,
I don't have a pattern at all, I would blow up the pic and look and see how you would paint with acrylics, it really is a blob. If you want to eat off of them I would fire them, to be on the safe side.. Use a permanent sharpie to define what you want as far as intricate design or outlining.

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