Beautiful glass lids and bowls...

August 16th, 2009 in member junk     
Grasshopper22 Grasshopper22, member
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What do you do with glass lids with no partners??? You can almost always get glass lids free at yard sales and I have collected a

few...I love the beauty and uniqueness of each lid. So I made a backdrop to hold each lid and bowl...Lucky me hubby works in a

furniture factory and he get's scrap pieces of wood to use in projects. My vintage apron that I got at a thrift store for $1.00 was a much

wanted piece that "I had to have" :) The bowl holds loose change, keys or anything else that you have around that's small

enough to fit.


Pattern or design used: My own design
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Comments (23)

LloydsLandingofSears writes: Great use! Darling! ~Mary~ Posted: 12:22 pm on May 20th
alleysally writes: Now THAT is brilliant!
How, if I may ask, did you conjure this? Did a light bulb go off in your head?
I'm impressed! Posted: 2:27 pm on December 20th
OliviagraceBoutique writes: Thats amazing..love it...very good idea....and LOVE the vintage apron hanging too..
Posted: 8:27 am on July 29th
TessMinkema writes: I love this! Did you tell how you attatched the lids to the wood? Posted: 11:39 am on October 2nd
junqueartiste writes: Hey, Grasshopper! You've inspired me! That's beautiful. Thanks for the pic. Junqueartiste Posted: 3:51 pm on September 16th
inkognitoban writes: VERY cool idea!!! GREAT job! Posted: 8:49 pm on August 18th
lovejunk writes: great idea!!! Posted: 7:56 pm on August 17th
jillruth writes: I've been trying think of uses for lids forever! Great project. Posted: 6:35 pm on August 17th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Such a cool use! I don't think I've ever seen anyone use glass lids as knobs. Thanks for such a great unique idea!
Candy Posted: 1:04 pm on August 17th
RustyDiva writes: Love this idea. I never thought about lids as knobs. I think it makes a very elegant statement. Great job! Posted: 12:14 pm on August 17th
greencolleen writes: great idea! i think would also work with some of those old candle sticks :). been unable to post for awhile got a new computer not sure what this issue was. but im back. do check site almost daily Posted: 11:22 am on August 17th
Grasshopper22 writes: Hi...and thanks again for the comments. It's funny when I made
this piece I was pretty proud of it, so when family/friends came over I would show them and the responses that I received ranged from "What the heck is that?" to "Oh,how different" you
never really knew what people thought. Anyways, doesn't really matter as long as the person that created it was happy with it.

I wish I had more time and room to make more junk projects but we turned my junking-room/craft-room back into what it was originally...a spare bedroom. I made another one that went vertically but it's not as nice and doesn't serve a purpose like this one does. Happy junking guys and keep the ideas coming...:) Posted: 10:18 am on August 17th
shabbychick writes: This is such a great use of those random lids - very sweet (and love the apron!)

Kathy Posted: 9:07 am on August 17th
suewhitney writes: This weeks member feature is brought to you by Grasshopper22. I think this idea is wonderful because just about everyone has a few lids without partners. Very innovative thing Grasshopper. Way to go!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 2:27 pm on August 16th
fellowjunker writes: What a fabulous idea......I too, have a bunch of old glass tops.......a great use for them.
xojanis Posted: 2:04 pm on August 16th
suewhitney writes: Ab fab idea, Grasshopper. Love, love, love! Very clever indeed.

Happy Junking,
Sue

Posted: 9:53 am on August 16th
LadyCatherine writes: How clever!!!! I love this idea!!! Posted: 6:09 am on August 16th
THein writes: so cute! love the bowl to hold change what creativity! --Theresa Posted: 9:51 pm on August 15th
Junktiquer writes: innovative idea and fresh, I did one similar with glass doorknobs but my idea is old hat! Posted: 12:16 pm on August 15th
Grasshopper22 writes: Hi guys and thanks for the comments...I used
epoxy to fasten the lids. Off to the cabin I am...
have a great weekend...:) Posted: 11:51 am on August 15th
smiller0529 writes: What a unique idea! I love it. Posted: 11:00 am on August 15th
oldnews writes: Great idea, the lids look beautiful on there, but I'd love to know what you used to fasten them to the wood too! Very cool looking!! Marie Posted: 10:52 am on August 15th
lovetotrash writes: this is so cute. how do you get the lids to stay on? Posted: 10:39 am on August 15th
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