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Couple of small projects

Posted by lady_alicia (afinalword@aol.com) on
Thu, Jan 19, 12 at 21:38

I've been slowly working on some projects and finished these two so far.

I saw the birdfeeder idea on Junk Revolution and thought it was so cute. I recently got four saucers and had the crystal candlesticks here and glued them together. I think the crystal will look nice with the sunshine come spring. You could also use it to hold a pillar candle, I suppose. :)

Birdfeeder, Also could be used to hold a pillar-type candle

Birdfeeder, Just took two saucers and a cndlestick and used household cement/adhesive (silicone) to glue them together

Then these are just little seed envelopes I made from wallpaper in the wallpaper sample books you can get for free. I trade seeds over on the seed exchange, so these will work out great.

Seed Envelopes, Made from wallpaper in the wallpaper/border sample books you can get for free

Seed Envelopes, I like to trade seeds, so these work out well for that.  I used different wallpaper from free sample books I got.

Saw this idea over at Robojunker and finally got some cool pieces to do something similar. I even got an antique baked potato baker, but didn't get a picture of it.

Primitive Collection

Hopefully I'll have the other projects done soon.....

Alicia


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RE: Couple of small projects

Your little bird feeders are sweet!
I just gave away my wall paper books after years of using very little (but I still have my rolls, lol). Good ideas!
Kathy


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RE: Couple of small projects

Very cute little bird feeders! Wallpaper packets is cute idea for seeds! Jan


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