What to do with broken jewelry? Brooch bridal bouquet with locket
Crafty Chica Challenge: Garden Glam Winners
Vintage Sparkle Wreath Inexpensive pearls and faux jewels from the crafts store create a luxurious, vintage-looking wreath. Wrap a foam wreath with cream-color satin ribbon; pin in place to secure. Hot-glue or pin the jewelry onto the ribbon. Wind strands of pearls over the secured pieces of jewelry. Tie a satin bow to hang the wreath and garnish with more bling
Vintage jewelry wreath
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Daphne Vintage Jewelry Embellished Ladies by ArtCreationsByCJ, $95.00
Do It Yourself Flower Magnets, from Countryliving.com. Instead of letting vintage brooches gather dust in your jewelry box, turn them into refrigerator magnets: Use a pair of needle-nose pliers to remove the pin hardware from the back of each brooch (most fittings will come off easily); then affix a superstrong magnet with a small bead of glue — we used Gorilla Super Glue. Let dry overnight.
vintage jewelry magnets