Junkin Tips & Tricks: 49

Junkin Tip 49As always, Happy Junkin’!

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Chandelier Pieces Transformed

On our anniversary trip to the Grand Canyon, Rhys took me to this amazing little antique shop in Amarillo, Texas called Texas Ivy. I absolutely loved it! It is worth a stop–and a detour if you’re driving nearby.

I found all kinds of wonderful things there: vintage cookie cutters, lace, costume jewelry galore, books–but one of my favorite finds were these vintage chandelier pieces. They’re plastic, but have the classic shape of many vintage glass chandelier pieces. They’re just perfect to re-create into necklaces!

Here are a few necklaces I’ve made with these pieces so far. Hope you enjoy them!

If you’d like to see or purchase any of these, I’ll be at Carols & Crumpets this Saturday, Dec. 3rd from 8 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at the Tulsa Garden Center (in Woodward Park).

This necklace also has a light bulb, chain, and a sewing hook!

A cuckoo clock gear and a chandelier piece–simply steampunk!

I’m a big fan of long necklaces, especially in the winter so you can still wear a cozy scarf! Hope to see you at Carols & Crumpets this Saturday! If not, be sure to catch me at The Alliday Show next weekend!

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Junkin Tips & Tricks: 47

Junkin Tips 47As always, Happy Junkin’!

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Junkin Tips & Tricks: 46

Junkin Tip 46.jpgAs always, Happy Junkin’!

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Junkin Tips & Tricks: 45

Junkin Tip 45As always, Happy Junkin’!

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Junkin Tips & Tricks: 44

Junkin Tip 44As always, Happy Junkin’!

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