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Vintage Jewel and Antique French Lace Christmas Tree; However, I can think of at least 20 other vintage items I would want to highlight in this manner.
Made some little ornaments from old book pages and vintage Christmas seals. Bringing a little vintage to the tree.
Into Vintage: 'Tis the Season - vintage linens repurposed into a table runner
Beautiful Vintage Cone tree done in Solid Clocks! Wow, it is impressive...this tree has 60+ wrist watches! Stands 11 1/2" tall x 4" in diameter (at the base) and has a wonderful "floral star" rhinestone button topper.
Creativity Within : Dome Christmas Ornaments How cute and creative!
Vintage Book Cover Christmas Wall Decoration by dimestorechic
GLITTER HOUSES - go to Sally Swift, she has tons of great glitter house ideas! - - Victorian Whimsies-Spring Glitter House
how to make glass glittered bottle brush trees
Holiday Blitz Day 7: Icicle tutorial & another winner :: Andrea Walford - The Art of Simple
Vintage Christmas Card Glitter House Illuminating Ornament One Of A Kind Putz Inspired. love this!❤️
Collection of toy Santas displayed on this little white tree...unique display for this.
Altered Altoids Tins Christmas Ornaments
Bling Christmas tree!
Vintage Christmas Shadow Boxes Made from Old Clocks
Vintage tins made into ornaments
angel made from wine bottle cork, bottle cap, wire & other junk (mary corneliussen)
Miniature Trees made from old jewelry, mini ornaments, & "do-dads" - Beautiful! - Romancing the Home
sizzix winter village die tim holtz uk - Google Search
Snowman in a jar that you buy at Goodwill. Find old books for tearing and reusing too!
Make a Christmas tree with lamp parts! Think about all the super-inexpensive lamps you've seen at Goodwill. This is a perfect use for them!
Punching in the center of a paper border (and making Paper Medallions) - tutorial by Jim Noonan http://thecraftsdept.marthastewart.com/2010/12/paper-medallions.html Martha Stewart punch, både med hjerter, stjerner og blonde
These are from used soda cans......but I would try them by putting cardstock through the cricut with a pretty embossing folder. Then make a pattern for a snowman and cut out. Cut a hat and put a red flower of some sort on him. Make the flower if you want to. Add a bow.
Santa bottle brush tree > Ms Bingles