I pulled out a polish pottery plate, a candle stick holder, and some epoxy glue. You will also need a paper plate and a plastic spoon.
First, mix up some of the epoxy on the paper plate. Then, flip the plate over to the back and spoon the epoxy onto the plate where you will affix the candle stick holder. Next, place the candle stick holder. You have to then let the piece dry over night. This stuff sticks real well, but don't put the piece into the dishwasher. (Just in case.)Then, you have a polish pottery cake plate for almost nada. I already had the dishes, so the cost was only the epoxy glue. You can pick up the dishes at TJ Maxx or Marshall's for around 20.00. Much better than 91.00.Here is the finished product. And below is another one that I made for a friend with a polish pottery plate and a sundae cup.
These pink pretties are found at http://www.funkyvintagekitchen.etsy.com/
This gorgeous green goody can be found at http://www.stylegarden.etsy.com
There ya go ladies. So...now...dig out some dishes and some epoxy and start gluing. Have a great week. Much love, Laura