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April 21, 2011


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Debbie Roberts

Amazing, I will be scouring charity shops for lovely plates. Think I might have to do the non drilling way though x


Great post. I know what you mean about getting carried away with the fun of drilling... I was the same last year with drilling dominoes. I might try the tip about masking tape to stop the drill slipping on the dominoes. Tfs!


The drilling terrifies me but loving the glued version, wonder if my Nan would notice if I raided her tea set ;oD

Lynne V

Gorgeous, you are brave to drill I could imagine my plate cracking and only being fit for the bin.


The gingham plates were 10p from a car boot sale so not expensive if they cracked. I made the whole thing for £2.30 !!! Bargain.


Where do you get these crazy ideas from Jayne - and I mean that in THE nicest way possible. I love the idea of making a cake stand so will also be looking out for some oldy-worldy plates :)

Lynne V

That is a fantastic bargain, thanks for the inspiration.

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