Monday, August 24, 2009

DiscHangers.com



I'd like to introduce you to one of our new sponsors- DiscHangers.com
I used these amazing, adhesive hangers on our plate collection in the Kitchen here at the Lettered Cottage,
and let me just tell ya, these things are fantastic! I didn't want a hundred little brackets showing on the tops and bottoms of my plates, so when I came across these "invisible" ones, I was so excited. They're super easy to work with- just wet the back side and then activate the glue by rubbing it with your finger.



Once it's really tacky, attach the hanger (sticky side down) to the back of the plate and let it dry overnight.



24 hours later, your plates are ready to hang!





Stanley, the owner of DiscHangers.com has decided to sweeten the deal by offering my readers FREE SHIPPING! (He's such a nice guy!) All you have to do is type in this code when you are ready to check out:

FREESHIP09


You can find his ad button, which links to the Disc Hangers website, in our Sponsors section- in the upper left hand corner of our blog.
Now go on and start that plate collection you've been thinking about starting-
You know you want to! :-)

52 comments:

Denise said...

What a great product! I might just have to buy myself a few!!

XXDenise

Susie from Bienvenue said...

Need to get some of those babies! I am so loving that mirror!!!! Glad you waited till the perfect one came along!

Greet said...

Well, thats great! I've never seen those dischangers before!
Thank you for showing these!

Greet

Teresa said...

Love it! I think I'll have to get some of those.

My name is PJ. said...

What will they think of next? I love things that make life easier!

Lynn from For Love or Funny said...

Finally - an easy way to hang dishes!

Shanty2Chic said...

Just ordered some!! Thanks for sharing... can't wait for them to come in the mail!
~Whitney

heather said...

I love it. It makes the plates look like they're just floating on the wall.

I wonder how much weight it will hold?

Jen said...

What happens when you want to remove the plate hanger from the plate?

The Tiny Homestead said...

I wondered how you'd hung your plates as soon as I saw that picture. How long does the free shipping deal last? All of 09? I'm in the planning phase now so I'm not decided on how many and what sizes I need just yet. Thanks for getting us a deal Layla.

LesleySW said...

Are they removable?

~ esther ~ said...

What a fantastic idea! I have plates hanging on my kitchen sophet. (yay Goodwill!) I love my plates and they make me smile every time I look at them. The hangers, however.... well, I never did like the look of them but I just tried to look past them. This is brilliant - absolutely brilliant!

Tracy @ comfortandluxury said...

I've used these! (I even blogged about them) Aren't they great?! Your arrangement looks so pretty, Layla!

The Painted Home said...

Genious!

Pam @ This Humble House said...

These are awesome! I just discovered them when I bought some plates that had them on the back. They are holding strong, too!

~ Pam

Kiki said...

What a great idea! My husband is always hesitant to hang plates on the wall but I just might get him to agree to do it with these handy little things!

Misty said...

I agree these hangers are wonderful and I love that you don't see the hanger, just the lovely plates. And they really do hold the plates long term. I was kind of nervous as it was just glue, but 2 years later the plates are still up there!

Anonymous said...

Those are the coolest things ever!! God bless, Robyn

Sunny said...

This is one of those things that you smack yourself in the forehead and think, "why didn't I think of that?!?" Great idea!

Tiffany said...

Wow! That is amazing. I have always wanted to hang some plates but never liked the bracket things. So, this is perfect! Thanks for sharing and for the free shipping! : )

adoptionroad said...

I bought some of these in Australia years ago and they have never failed me. I used them to hang two very heavy porcelain tiles and they work great! Thanks for the sweet deal!

Molly said...

Have to say that these are fabulous! I used them to hang plates when I worked as a museum curator. They are very secure and don't damage the plate! LOVE them!

Julia @ Hooked on Houses said...

I think these are a great idea. I get so tired of dealing with plate hangers. Your plates look really lovely! :-)

Diva Kreszl said...

thanks so much for this post! I've ordered some already!

Kara said...

If you want to remove them - how does that work? Does it damage the plate?

inthetweeds said...

Awesome find! Definitely bookmarking that site.

Question, though... I couldn't find an answer on their site - but how do you remove the disc when you no longer want the plate hung???

Misty said...

WOW!!!

Rachael Black said...

Layla, I have been using these things for 3 years in my home. I never really liked to old fashioned hangers because of the little bit of metal that snuck around to the front of the plates. I found them at Hobby Lobby in there frames department.

Amanda said...

Yes! dont you just love those disky-hangy things. I get them at Hobby Lobby -they are amazing!

Red said...

Such perfect timing! I just got three plates for the dining room and hadn't gotten any hangers yet. Now I must go place an order!

Melissa said...

Thanks for sharing your little secret! :-) I've been dying to hang plates in my dining room but hated those little hangers. Yay! I'm going shopping this weekend!!

Katherine said...

I love these, too! I used them to hang a set of plates in my kitchen ... you can see the post here: http://katandgray.blogspot.com/2009/02/sunday-afternoon-project.html . And to answer a couple of the questions in the comments, they come in different sizes to suit different weights, and when you want to remove them, you just soak them in warm water to loosen the glue, and they come right back off. I actually had to do that after I hung one of them and it was a little crooked (my fault). I just soaked it, removed it, cleaned the plate again, reattached it and it was ready to go!

live a colorful life said...

My husband and I make fused glass plates and these look like the perfect answer to our dilemma of how to hang them without those wire thingies. I'll be ordering some for sure!

Terri said...

THANK YOU for answering my question! Love these!! Now I remember I have seen them before. So cool. I will be getting some. Blessings!

Kimm at Reinvented said...

Yay!!! I've used those plate hanger thingies, and boy are those hard to work with! this is a genius solution.

Bay said...

Ahhh there's that mirror I wondered about, it's absolutely gorgeous! Your plates look amazing and so clean without those plate hangers popping out over the edges. What a great product. Thanks for sharin' :)

Cathy said...

Oh this is a great idea..thank you for sharing! Now if I can just stay in one direction on a plate collection, LOL. Nothing changes around here other than my mind, LOL.

{{Big Hugs]}

Cathy

nameisgrace said...

just ordered a bunch of these! thanks so much for sharing laylaL:) xo grace

Anna See said...

What a cool product! I think I'm in love!

Deb said...

I've used these things, and they do work great! So easy to use too.

Deb

Aimee said...

Love those babies! I found the small & medium discs at Hobby Lobby.

Katie said...

It seems like it would be really hard to ever use the plates? I usually never use my hanging plates but it would seem like it might de-value the plate somewhat because you'd have the sticky stuff on the back of the plate...what do you think?

Deb said...

I use these and love them. I get them from Hobby Lobby an hour away. So nice to know I can order them directly. Thanks for that tidbit.

Deb

Kim said...

That's so cool! I've never hung plates because they seem so difficult to hang. Now, I may have to try. Love the monogrammed plate.

House and Homes....etc. said...

You have made a lot of us very happy campers by sharing this info.

LeAnn

Lori said...

What a fantastic product ~ makes me a little nervous though as all my plates are from the past ~ family attachments with sentimental value... maybe I could try one with a flea market plate and try it out first for a bit... Just call me nervous Nellie today!

Anonymous said...

THANKS 4 The free shipping code - Got 3~

Catherine Hansen Peart said...

I love these hangers! My Nana has been using them for years and now so do I. To get them off, from memory, you just soak them in water again and they come off without leaving any residue. They really are a fabulous product!

Beth said...

Thanks for this post about the disc hangers. Now I can prove to my mom and aunt Randee that I am NOT crazy & talking out the side of my head about a plate hanger with no-show hooks.

Joy Beadworks said...

I seriously need a plate collection!

Anonymous said...

I had never seen this product before but really like it and will have to order some. I wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your blog. You are so cute and I laughed when watching one of your DIY videos - you are so funny. You should be on HGTV!

Teacup Lady (Sandy)

Annie Pazoo said...

Are you KIDDING me? What a fantastic idea - I've never seen these before. Love em (and gotta get them.....)