HAND ME A "MIRROR"!!!

May 4th, 2009 in member junk     
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The water globe in the forefront of this picture is one of my favorite thrift store finds as I collect Eiffel Towers.
I drilled two holes in the top of the handles and looped ribbon through.  The hanging pieces off the handles are bits of old necklaces.
My favorite embellishing tool rub-ons and a jewel complete the look.
Dont you just love JUNK!!!!
The water globe in the forefront of this picture is one of my favorite thrift store finds as I collect Eiffel Towers.

The water globe in the forefront of this picture is one of my favorite thrift store finds as I collect Eiffel Towers.


Ribbon, rub-ons and jewels turn these vintage hand-held mirrors into beautiful wall hangings.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - junkstyle
posted in: member junk, mirror

Comments (16)

BijouBytheBay writes: I just adore these!! Your photography is a work of art as well. I just love finding vintage jewelry, even if it's one earring or a broken necklace, so much potential :) Susan Posted: 11:36 pm on January 6th
GianesvilleGal writes: And to think I only collect pigs! I love the mirror idea. I have a few tucked away for a rainy day, but I think I'll look them up now. Thanks for a great idea! Posted: 6:16 pm on May 8th
magark writes: What a lovely idea! Now to find some rub-ons and work on my hand held mirrors. Truly Awesome! Jan Posted: 10:41 pm on May 6th
upyourattic writes: My entire powder room mirror area is done in vintage hand mirrors and I love the look, but now, I think I need to add some bling to them!

So much better than the builder grade square mirror that comes in all houses!

Thanks so much for sharing - what an awesome idea! This just goes to show that greatness can always be improved upon!

Patti Posted: 9:47 pm on May 6th
georgiamoon writes: Janis my friend these are so lovely. I really think anyone would love to have one of these. Georgia (including me!) Posted: 5:10 pm on May 6th
italianpeasant writes: great work & i also collect eiffel towers, actually anything french :) gio Posted: 6:08 am on May 6th
irishrovr writes:
A very pretty - girly pair! Love the ribbon and jewelry bits you added to these!

Eileen
http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 12:47 am on May 6th
writes: Beautiful job (as always) Janis! Very, very pretty!

:-) JennyK Posted: 7:49 pm on May 5th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Oh my, Janis! I'm sure the mirrors were beautiful before, but you've made them stunning!

Thank you for sharing another wonderful project with us all.

Candy Posted: 6:50 am on May 5th
CottageElements writes: Great post, Janis! Very elegant...Magnifique!

Lani Posted: 9:03 pm on May 4th
MimiToria writes: Cool post Janis. I love your snow globe you found. How great of a find was that!
I'm with Kathy, I click on the awesome a they've always been top notch great projects you post, with beautiful photography.
Gretchen
http://www.mimitoriasdesigns.blogspot.com Posted: 8:23 pm on May 4th
roadtriplouise writes: These are awesome!
Ann Posted: 7:28 pm on May 4th
alicemom writes: Janis,
I too love rub-ons. How much fun all the goodies you show & told! I love your style.............Thanks for sharing!!
smiles,
Alice Posted: 7:01 pm on May 4th
Christina_S writes: Beautiful! I love this idea for turning hand mirrors into an even more elegant display. So very well done! Posted: 6:56 pm on May 4th
shabbychick writes: Janis...(fyi - I always click "awesome" before I even look at your post...cuz I know it's going to be!)

And, your mirrors are so sweet - such an elegant touch - I can picture a wall done in mirrors with these mixed in for a bit of bling!

And, the water globe was a great find! Tres chic!

Thanks for sharing.

Kathy Posted: 5:35 pm on May 4th
texasjunkermom writes: Amen to that! AND, isn't it nice when junk isn't really junky?! So pretty, what you did with the mirrors and what a nice 'find' on the water globe. You lucky thing! The rub-ons really add to the mirrors, as does the jewelry bling. Posted: 5:27 pm on May 4th
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