Friday, April 27, 2012

Now That the Glue is Dry

Remember this stash? I had planned to circle or number the pieces I used to match up with what I have done with it so far. However, since PB has changed their editing feature to where it is almost impossible to work with, without causing a person to go running, screaming, pulling out their hair, and losing what was left of their sanity, hope you can figure out what was used. Wow - that was a long sentence!
This was the remnants of a pin that was missing the center, so I glued a vintage button in the center.
The following were all attached to filigrees or stampings and will be repurposed into necklaces or bracelets.

These 2 were from a previous stash - The one on top is a vintage clip on earring and the bottom one with the lion's head was a either a button or once a pin.
Once vintage clip on earrings.

The top is one of the vintage shoe clips I got at an estate sale in March - added a small pin and will eventually become a necklace or bracelet. Bottom picture is a small rhinestone pin I attached to a very pretty stamping.

LinkLinking up with Mary @ "Mosaic Monday"
Susan @ "Metamorphosis Monday"
Kim @ "Wow Us Wednesday"
Hope you had a great weekend !
Glenda

10 comments:

Pat Harris said...

Wow! they're all so pretty! I really hope you can use what I sent. I'm not sure. :-)

PAT said...

I always love seeing your beautiful jewelry Glenda.

Happy Weekend!

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

You've been a busy bee! Love what you did with all of these treasures.
Hard to choose a favorite, but it has to be the last two. Love the rhinestones!

Richard Cottrell said...

My mother, rest her sole, loved jewelry like this. I gave her so many pieces for different holidays and birthdays. Richard from My Old Historic House.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

What lovely pieces, Glenda! I was just reading your recent post on seeing your photos on Pinterest but it seems there is no place to comment on that post right now.

I guess my opinion on the subject is that if we put things out there on the web (especially recipes like I usually do) I expect people to perhaps try a recipe and sometimes blog about it. I find that flattering. When they link back to my blog, that's what I expect them to do but I don't really expect them to ask for permission first. Some people have, though. I did find someone on a site called Big Oven that used one of my photos and claimed it was theirs. I quickly notified Big Oven and they took down the photo immediately. You are right about some people being clueless!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

Oh, and great looking strawberry jam that your daughter made!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Very pretty selection of jewelry, Glenda. I like how you were able to fix some of the pieces to make them new treasures.

Happy Mosaic Monday!

mary said...

Oh my those are beautiful!!

Mary,MI

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Beautiful jewelry Glenda. The roses in your header are beautiful too. laurie

Charm Bracelet Diva said...

I love this stuff! It's right up my alley!

Kathleen