Thriftique-Chic Vintage Fabric-Wrapped Bangles

Thriftique-Chic Vintage Fabric-Wrapped Bangles

Anyone who does any sort of crafting/upcycling or spends time on Pinterest is well aware of fabric-wrapped bangles. It’s not a new idea by any stretch! BUT…my dainty hands and wrists (quite literally the only dainty body parts I’ve got) put the “bane” in bangle, because I never find any that fit well.Read more ›

Vintage Curtain Tie Back Holiday Necklace

Vintage Curtain Tie Back Holiday Necklace

Once of the first treasures that I purchased at the 2014 Country Living Fair in Atlanta, GA were these two curtain tieback pins. They probably date back to the ‘40s or ‘50s, and at the time, I really didn’t know what I’d do with them.

Vintage curtain tie back to be repurposed into a festive Christmas holiday necklace by Sadie Seasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

Hmmmm…these have potential to be repurposed, no?

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A Swoon for a Spoon: Cameo Pendants

A Swoon for a Spoon: Cameo Pendants

Sometimes, when you stumble upon certain “bits”, you just have a vision of what you want to do…or try to do with them, as the case may be.

And that’s what happened when I came across trays of these dead stock cameos (dead stock = never used…so, vintage in age but otherwise brand new).Read more ›

Flour Power Spool Jewels

Flour Power Spool Jewels

I have what you might call a *thing* for old wooden spools. And by thing, I mean “mild obsession”, but there are just so many crafting possibilities with them! Case in point: these cutesy, kitschy necklaces.Read more ›

How to Teach Old Pearls New Tricks

How to Teach Old Pearls New Tricks

The first time I saw my friend, Emily, after she had returned from a trip to France, she was wearing this amazing necklace crafted from linen and pearls. I just loved it on her and made a mental note to acquire something similar for myself one day.Read more ›

Brooch Marks the Spot

Brooch Marks the Spot

This, my friends, is another Pinspired craft that I just had to try- because unlike most people, I still read regular books (as opposed to the Kindle/Nook route). Hopefully I’m not the last person on Earth reading…brick and mortar(?) books…Read more ›