Saturday, December 18, 2010

Home for the Holidays...

I started practicing my soldering finally
and after making several charms,
(can't show them because they are Christmas gifts)
I came up with the Momma Charm...

Vintage numbers,
a little glitter,
a chandelier prism...

produced a charm that no human neck can take

but that tells you exactly where to be
for the Holidays!



Sue said...

I loved the "home for the holidays" creation you had at Country Roads. Actually, I thought on several occassions of buying it, but told myself I didn't "need" it. No worries now, it SOLD yesterday! You are one talented lady!

Take care and ho-ho-ho!
(wish me luck with my "happy" customers this week-end)

Debra@Common Ground said...

Ginormous, but soooo wonderful!!! And belated Happy Anniversary, hope you're having a great weekend!

oldgreymare said...

full belly laugh- "no human neck.."
you crack me up woman..

Merry Christmas you creative and wonderful friend.


Destiny said...

Very cute idea! Much cuter than some of things in the stores right now! Glad you got your soldering technique down! I plan to make some soldered pendants for Christmas as well, though I'm still a little sketchy at it! Merry Christmas!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Now THAT is CHARMing girls :)

Olive Cooper said...

Sweet and you have a fast learning curve!

Tete said...

Merry Christmas!
Hugs- Tete

Amy Kinser said...

Merry Christmas and good luck finding you some jars.

time worn interiors said...

I've always wanted to learn how to do this, just not enough hours in the day! Love you HUGE charm! Looks good on your china cabinet!

Elyse said...

now that is cool and dare i say ... charming!?

warmest wishes for a cozy, happy and healthy holiday from my cottage to yours ~


Chateau Chic Boutique said...

So cute! I'm so taking her class in Feb. I can't wait to try my hand at soldering.
So, I have a dumb both of you do your blog posts and comments or mainly one of you? I was commenting to Marcela but I just noticed Clara's fb thing on your blog. Sorry, just curious. ;). Regardless, I hope you BOTH have a super blessed CHRISTmas!

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

LOVE it, Marcela! How did you make it so big?!! p.s. I also adore your decorated tin can - you have totally inspired me with your brilliance :) (again!!!)

Ático said...

Kisses from Spain!

Beatnheart said...

very sweet...

Alabaster Rose Designs said...

I just love your blog, it is so beautiful and your home is just stunning!! Your tree and the cloches around your home filled with vintage ornaments are just fabulous!!
I hope you have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

LuLu Kellogg said...

Happy New Year Sweet Girl! I hope this year brings you much love, happiness, creativity and good health my dear!