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Some more Plate Flowers

Posted by greensuzq Zone 7 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 26, 10 at 18:17

Here are few of the flowers I made a couple of days ago.
August 2010

August 2010

August 2010

I have been enjoying mixing and matching.


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can you please tell me what you put on the back to plant then in a garden


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I flattened out a spoon and bent it over and glued to the back. Then you put in a pipe, pvc or like my top one, it is sitting on an old plastic tube from a burned out solar light. I see some up against a fence and am not sure how they did it yet.

Search for more info from dcarch on this forum for more things about this. Does anyone else have anything to add?

I just started doing these flowers and searched here for the same thing you just asked. I use E6000 glue and time will tell if it will hold or not. I do not plan on leaving mine out all winter, but you never know.

Copy and paste this site out from DollyDee. Just too pretty.

http://forums2.gardenweb.com/forums/load/junk/msg071113132120.html?21


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Such pretty colors !!! You "mixed and Matched" just perfect !


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Very pretty!!!1


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Lovely! You have such lovely plates & artist eye to put the plates together. All 3 are wonderful, 3rd reminds me of root beer barrels candy tucked under the top plate! Jan


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thank you for the answer to my ?


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Love your combinations and colors! Thanks for sharing!


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