Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Ribbon Wreath Plates

Pile Treats on these Ribbon Wreath Plates

Hello my little blog readers.  Happy Tuesday!  This a fun and simple way to dress up a paper plate when you share your Holiday treats (or just because you want to be a little more festive), because we all know the Holidays are a little more special with yummy treats.

Supplies for Holiday Ribbon Plates:
  • paper plates, any color or size (you can use plastic plates, but they’re harder to punch)
  • hole punch
  • ribbon, craft ribbon or curling ribbon
  • treats
Punch holes about every inch all the way around. Then pick a spot to start and thread the ribbon through each hole.
There are a few ways you can thread the ribbon. It can be up and down or around and around. Both look pretty, so it just depends on your preference.
Once the ribbon has been through each hole, make sure both ends are even to tie it together in a bow. Now fill them with some of your favorite treats and they’re ready for family and friends! Happy Holidays!
You can do this pretty much any time you wanted to dress something up….

For example:
Halloween




Thanksgiving

Christmas

Valentine's Day

St.Patty's Day

Easter

4th of July

Anything!!!!  I’m so glad I saw this today….it’s such a cheap yet cute way to dress up a treat plate.

RGL

14 comments:

  1. Loving these ribbon plates! Definitely great to keep in mind for the holidays!

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  2. Well this is just ohsoclever!!!! I hope you had A BLAST at the Opry last night, seriously, I was so jealous- why couldn't they have been there when I was there? And at least twice a week I say to Mr. C that I want to go back there- it was such a nice trip and we loved that city! Anyway, this is a great way to give goodies without expecting your dishes back!

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  3. That ribbon plate is alllll over Pinterest!

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  4. Funny, I actually came here from Pinterest, but my interest was in how the cookies were made! HA! looks like Waffle Cones?

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  5. Love these paper plates! So easy and cute. Just posted on FB. :)

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  6. I' wondering if you could put 2 plates together to make a lid ...then tie together with same method!

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  7. Such a great idea for parties ! thanks

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  8. Hey there! Just wanted to let you know we featured you in our Favorite Find Fridays post over at Whimsically Homemade. We used one of your pictures and linked back to you. If that's a problem let us know and we'll remove it immediately. Thanks for your great inspiration!

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  9. I saw this on pinterest a while back and pinned it for Christmas cookie plates.

    However, I am just in the middle of making 50 paper platters with the ribbon idea for my cousins wedding. After the ceremony she is having all her family, friends and church members stay in the church for tea and cakes before a smaller evening reception with just close family and friends.

    She had bought the paper platters to use as they were, but I thought this was a great way to make them a little bit more special.

    Thank you for the great tip :)

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  10. Just found this on Pinterest, what a great idea!!!!

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  11. I am amazed that you can turn something ugly into something as pretty as this. Great idea and it's just so simple. Best idea to prepare plates like this if you want to throw a party. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. It doesn't look like you are blogging anymore, but I wanted to let you know I'm featuring this on my blog post that will appear next week. Hope you consider blogging again in the future. You've got some great ideas on here!

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  13. idée sympathique ! en voyant l'image sur pinterest j'ai tout de suite pensé à ma future table d'halloween et je vois que tu suggère de décliner pour toutes circonstances ! merci !
    bonne journée.

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