Perhaps this terrific tip sheet that Charming Charlie’s posted will help save time each morning when I stare at the wall where my necklaces hang, debating as I become later and later and later and later for work each day.
Here’s one of my latest craft efforts – framed jewelry displays, as the perfect way to hang and organize my earrings! I’ve gotten good at making them, and I’m quote proud of ‘em, especially since I use the one I made for myself every day!
These artfully framed jewelry displays are available in my Etsy shop, so come check them out!
I stumbled onto this site called Cutie Pie today and if I could convert pounds to dollars in my head more quickly, I could have spent my paycheck on this all adorable stuff. Check out the necklace with the birds on the cherry blossom branch – so pretty! And I LOVE the bee ring.
Check out the Cutie Pie site for yourself >
I’ve always had a thing for anything old… vintage clothing, my grandma’s costume jewelry from the ’40s, Coke bottles with the original logo, and little treasures that I’d find around the farm as a kid, whether it was an old tractor part, an old log book or old worn-out pair of boots.
I recently fell in love with these two accessories – both from a jewelry line called Findings, that merges the old with the new… vintage buttons, lockets, keys, cameos and medals, pins and cuff links, paired with new crystal beads, pearls and embellished stamped or plated settings.
My grandfather recently opened up his jewelry box and offered my pick of anything I liked…
It’s true, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Or in our case, a grandfather’s trash is his granddaughter’s treasure. These forgotten pieces that Gappy hasn’t worn in years and years are something I’ll always cherish.