Sunday, July 26, 2009

"C" is for create...


Yes, what you are seeing is one of those plastic, tinsel coated light-up Christmas stars... minus the lights... add the bling! I spent some time going through old costume jewelry and such, and ran across that wonderful, silvery star that I could never get rid of. It's just another one of those "I'll use it someday" things that are multiplying by the hundreds in my studio! YIKES!!! I hope to finally, use up some of this "junk" and consider it work in progress. (or should I call it Spring cleaning!)

12 comments:

bekimarie said...

Definately a work in progress xxx

Miss Sandy said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and for your sweet comment on my studio. I hope you have a wonderfully creative week!

Lisa said...

Love the Star!!
Hugs, Lisa

Shabby Chick said...

Pretty star! I love sparkly things :)

Thanks so much for visiting my blog and your lovely comment!

Mel xxx

Duchess of Tea said...

Hello darling and thank you for visiting my cottage, for joining my followers and for leaving kind words behind, much appreciated. You have a lovely blog full of interesting posts beautiful photos, I will be back on my off day to read some more. I too joined your followers and placed a link to your blog on my beau-TEA-ful friends blog. I am looking forward to our future afternoon tea get-togethers.

Duchess xx

Alicia said...

oohhhh fun star!! thanks for coming by!! i'm gonna go peek around your blog :)

Such a Wondrous Place this Faery Space said...

Thanks for the beautiful visit! blessings dear.

Cassandra said...

Oh what pretty things. I know what you mean about the "I'll use it one day" collection! I to have one too many things, sometimes I don't even realize what I do have.

Thanks for visiting my blog! And YES in my world ATCs can most differently be yummy! :)

Beth Perry said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I just added you on FB.
Off to go check out your blog. I am loving all your projects that I see so far.
Hope you are having a great day!
Beth

Laurie said...

Great idea for recycling those old tinsel stars, now it's actually cool again! :)

Vintage Sandy said...

I just wanted to thank you for visiting my blog Love all your creativity come back again I know I'll be back.

Dime Store Thrift said...

Seriously loving that star!

So you do that too...have works in progress, all the time? :)

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