Friday, March 16, 2012

Something a little different

What do you get when you add miniature perfume bottles,

some re-purposed jewelry pieces,

pearls & crystals

some solder

vintage rhinestone's

chains and hinges

Vintage Rosary beads

Available in my Etsy shop

and a little imagination?
Some fun necklaces to hold those special keepsake and treasures.


Stop back Tuesday for my free tutorial
on how to etch metal with rubber stamps

Linking up to Knick of Time

61 comments:

BEAR's Mom said...

A.W.E.S.O.M.E. Lynn!!! wow!
~victoria~

Wax Beach Artist said...

You get a beautiful wearable art piece! I have a passion for perfume bottles and yours are fabulous!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Love your vintage jewellery pieces, clever idea. Thanks for doing a tutorial on the etching. Tracy x x

Diane said...

These are very lovely and original Lynn. Diane

newfiecrafter(Marilyn) said...

Wow these are to die for you are so creative thanks for sharing such beautiful necklaces.
Marilyn

Thespoena McLaughlin said...

They are very beautiful girl! You did a fabulous job creating those. I ADORE them all!

ImagiMeri said...

Oh Lynn, these are gorgeous. I swear, you are so freakin' talented and I'm just giddy that I can say I know you. That's yet another craft I've been dying to get into (soldering) but I barely have room for all the crap I have now (although I do have a soldering iron). Another life, perhaps....sigh.

Love ya'
Meri

Jo said...

Brilliant!!!! fabulous!!! and just plain lovely!!!

trisha too said...

So beautiful, what a wonderful piece!

:)

Netty said...

Oh wow they are so gorgeous. x

Sandy said...

Absolutely wonderful your jewelry art Lynn. Stunning work. Love them all.

Have a lovely weekend my friend. xoxo

Rhea said...

LOVE! These are so pretty. I can't wait to see your tute next week.

craftattack said...

Ooooh, these are just gorgeous! Hugs, Valerie

Paula - Buenos Aires said...

Breathtakingly beautiful!

Jingle said...

These are just lovely!

Renee said...

Gorgeous! You are so talented. Looking forward to your tutorial.

lynne said...

Your jewellery is beyond belief. I wish I had half your talent because to be able to create so many beautiful pieces is breathtaking.
I can see this as an article in one of the Stampington & co publications.
Cannot wait for your tutorial.
Wishes
Lynne

BLiSsAngELs said...

you get fabulous!!!Hugs wendy

misteejay said...

Fabulous use of the bottles - those necklaces are stunning.

Toni xx

Raspberries and Rose Petals said...

OMG! These are gorgeous! I absolutely love these!

Zoe Sanderson said...

Little treasures beautifully made love the future heirlooms you create, these are precious XOXO Zoe

Kathy Eddy said...

Very cool pieces!

Wish You Were Here said...

They are all so lovely, Lynn! You are so creative and talented! Thank you for sharing :o) Hugs, Janice

bobbie said...

You get breathtaking-beauty!!

***sigh***

Theresa said...

These are wonderful Lynn! The solder gives each of the delicate pieces even more character! Can't wait for the tutorial! t.xoxo

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

These are to die for,Lynne!Can't wait for your tutorial on etching -I tried it but it didn't work .Have a great weekend.
Hugs,
Marie

Createology said...

Brilliant necklaces. I adore your style and to add a purpose of hold a treasure is GENIUS! Blissful creating dear...

Carol said...

Lynn- these are gorgeous and very creative, Beautiful job!

Susan said...

Lynn, you amaze me how creative you are. I never know what kind of wonderful treasure I find when I visit.

Carolyn said...

A little different but oh so beautiful. Just this week I was cleaning out and found some tiny perfume bottles and was going to get rid of them.. . no way after seeing what you did with yours.

Hugs,
C

See you Monday night

Sandy Davis said...

OMG these are so beautiful Lynn. Like the scrolled up note you put in the last one. Cant wait for your tutorial!

Kelly said...

Wow! You made those? I'm impressed. They are very pretty.

Terri Daugherty said...

Hi Lynn! Your necklaces are so beautiful! I just recently discovered repurposing old jewelry and boy is it addictive! You have done wonderful things with all the pieces parts! You've given me the itch to drag all the old junk jewlery out and make something new. Just beautiful....bravo!!

pat said...

Oh, I love the bottle necklaces; how clever you are!

Wendy said...

These are gorgeous Lynn. I'm so inspired too!

Donna said...

What beautiful creations! I love how you repurposed so many different elements. One of these days I need to learn how to use a soldering gun!! Have a great weekend:)

Jillayne said...

Oh how pretty! Pretty, pretty, pretty!
These are so creative and just the right thing to hold special treasures - looking forward to the tutorial too!

Lesley said...

OMGoodness, these are beautiful Lynn.
Can't wait to see this tutorial.
Have a super weekend.
Lesley

2amscrapper said...

such unique and stunning pieces!

Maelchen said...

Woke up this morning, got the IPad out, had a coffee and couldn't stop to admire your beautiful necklaces! Thanks for sharing these gorgeous pics with us. I meant to get into the garden to do some work, today. But I think I better search for my empty perfume bottles :-) Greets, Manu

Donna, Doni, Lady D said...

OH, I just want to come over the play! LOVE the necklaces. xoDonna

Belladonna said...

Your art is just pure magic!

Linda R said...

Oh my goodness. These are amazing in every way.. LOVE THEM!! Hope you have a fun St. Patty's day!

Hugs, Linda

khess136 said...

Positively STUNNING, Lynn!! When I think of all the tiny perfume bottle I've disposed of...argggghhhh!! Remember when they used to give out perfume samples in little bottles? I'll have to keep on the lookout for some...
You are an inspiration to me, thank you!!
Hugs,
Karen

Nook and Cranny said...

Let me just say, flippin fantastic!!!
Michele

Kim B said...

Fantastic!!! Just wonderful!
Have a happy Day. Hugs, Kim

June said...

These are so beautiful Lynn!!!! I just love all of your beautiful art.
hugs from here...

Martina2801 said...

Your jewelry art is brilliant, dear Lynn! Fabulous creative work.

pchickki said...

These are so lovely!
What a fantastic idea :)

Petite Michelle Louise said...

oh these are amaaazing lynn! i just adore them! I have so many pieces waiting to be soldered. you've inspired me to get going already!! ;0

Craftland said...

Thank you for this great idea.
Hugs from Craftland

Barbara Jean said...

LOVE these!!
Now, where did I put those old perfume bottles??

blessings
barbara jean

Gerri Herbst said...

Oh Lynn, what can I say...these are so precious! You have given me so many ideas I cant wait to create. take care, gerri

Shelley said...

Awesome!!!!!!!! These are wonderful!

Angie said...

Stunning and so original! I'll be featuring you next week for the Knick of Time Tuesday party!

Thanks SO much for sharing at the party.

Blessings,
Angie @ Knick of Time

Suzanne C said...

You get stunning! :) Gorgeous jewelry! I love seeing what you mix together in your jewelry pieces!

Alexa said...

Such lovely things - may need to pop by your shop! x

Sarah said...

These are soooo cool!

Jann said...

How beautiful!

Marva said...

Oh Lynn, these are absolutely gorgeous!!!

Connie (aka LOU) said...

Gorgeous! Found you through Knick of Time and went to your Etsy shop and marked you in my favorites. I'm on my lunch hour now but I definitely will be back.

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