For the man who found a second can of paint and finally tackled our rusty old shed!We rarely use disposable, but my mom brought a jumbo pack of paper plates to help us through the month (no dishwasher!). I do think they look much nicer in wicker plate holders. That way you can use the cheapest paper plates available without worrying about buckling. They're also great for delivering pies in aluminum pie plates. The holders only cost 25 cents apiece new--but I find them all the time for five or ten cents at yard sales.
just wanted to say..i love your blog...and i think we'd be fast friends if we were closer....(im in ontario canada...) keep up the good work and i'm delving into your archives and thoroughly enjoying your style.....that's it you have great STYLE!!! god bless...
I know the post was on wicker plate holders but I keep wanting that tray of yours. Yard sale find, I suppose.
Thank you! I even HAVE those holders ... (bought them for a Scout troop activity) ... I've got a family of 6 coming to visit for a few days at the end of the month.
All I need now is some El Cheapo paper plates.
i cant believe i threw out those wicker holders from mom...oh well live and learn and watch out for yard sales...
you motivated me these past few days..my master bedroom looks great, the corner in one hall looks like one of your pics and my entry is coming along...thanks....and dh thanks you too.....now after ready your pantry 911 post..im working on mine....reading your blog is like having a cup of tea with a friend
Celina from Canada
That's so great! I love the wicker plate holders - what a good idea. Maybe I'll surprise my husband by bringing him breakfast in bed this weekend!
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