Tis the Season....

December 2nd, 2010 in member junk     
RustyDiva RustyDiva, member
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My very feable attempt at making jewelry.  I just dont see how your eyes hold up Gretchen - I have a lot of respect!  I love the fact that the little bobbles can be removed or added.
This baby is loaded!  Blanket, candles, bath salts, decorations, chocolate of course, mirror, bling, frou frou,  etc etc.  I even added a little laminated card that gives some ideas on what to do with an old drawer after its emptied.
Here she is in all her glory!  I hope she goes to a good home.

Every year the place I work for picks 3 extremely needy families and buys them Christmas.  We start fundraisers in October and raise money until the first of December.  Then the shopping begins.  This year I was ask if I would make a basket to raffle off.  Of course I said no but would be glad to make a drawer!  This is my last drawer and it was soooooo hard to let go of.  I love everything about this project and if you want some insite into me then just take a close look at all the lovlies included.  I'm so afraid the winner will not appreciate the drawer like I do so I included a list of wonderful ideas on how to use the drawer after the goodies inside are gone.  The very last suggestion is "return to sender".  haha


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Rustydiva
posted in: member junk, tabletop, container, centerpiece, wood, plant holder, eclectic, funky, organizer, fun, white, black, basket, chic, red, silver-metallic

Comments (5)

RustyDiva writes: Update......we had our raffle and the drawer went to a very good home! A wonderful lady that appreciates the history and loves the frou frou. :) Posted: 9:23 am on December 10th
suewhitney writes: I know this will ind a good home. Great work! The drawer is awesome and it was a very good idea to include a list of re-purpose ideas. You're a smart one!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 8:33 am on December 5th
CottageElements writes: Great idea! Love that the container is a repurpose rather than buying new, too. And the handmade necklace makes it more personal, too. Like Andrea said, I'm sure it will be loved buy whoever receives it. Very touching.

Lani Posted: 9:01 am on December 3rd
chippingcharm writes: Sorry you had to give up your last drawer Kenda...but somebody is going to really love it! Laurel Posted: 3:58 am on December 3rd
NDJunkGirl writes: Very heart warming Rustydiva! I'm sure it will be very appreciated by the family who receives it!

-Andrea Posted: 4:38 pm on December 2nd
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