Just "GLITTER" it!!

December 21st, 2008 in member junk     
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An old frame turned into a monogrammed tag atop a glittered thrift store box.
Another frame used as a tag atop a glittered old cutlery box.
I removed the tattered material from an old hand mirror and replaced it with a Christmas picture, then rubbed on a monogram.
The old suitcase is filled with spices for a cooking themed gift and the old creamer is monogrammed with my husbands initial.
An old frame turned into a monogrammed tag atop a glittered thrift store box.

An old frame turned into a monogrammed tag atop a glittered thrift store box.


Here are some junk finds I used for Christmas wrapping this year. 

Christmas Blessings to all my junk friends!!!!!!!!!


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - junkstyle
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Comments (14)

byabpryor writes: sparkly! I love it! Posted: 10:10 pm on September 8th
MimiToria writes: Janis-
I'm back! So glad to be able to see this awesome post of yours. It is incredible what you've created for your loved ones, and soooo very creative. You are gifted girl! Love the boxes covered in glitter. You'll have to pm me via email all of the details. Please!
Have a blessed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with your family in Canada. It warmed up just in time for our arrival back to Minnesota. We will have a White, beautiful Christmas with tolerable temps. Yeah!
Gretchen Posted: 3:12 pm on December 24th
CottageElements writes: Janis, these are absolutely gorgeous! I would love to be one of the recipients of these georgeous packages! Lucky friends you have. Thanks for sharing and inspiring us!

Lani Posted: 12:13 am on December 24th
rebeljunker writes: Oh my! My brain is spinning with your ideas of how to redo an
old jewelry box for my 5 yr old daughter. I just love your idea of a monogrammed picture frame and the glitter!! Di
Posted: 1:08 am on December 23rd
bridiemurphy writes: oooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhh....yes! No such thing as too much glitter...and as for the remains on the floor, in your hair, on your clothes, under your nails: Bling! Posted: 4:11 pm on December 22nd
shabbychick writes: Janis! Love all the sparkles!!! You've done a wonderful (and elegant as always...) job with your holiday tags, etc...!

Happy, happy holidays to you too!!

Kathy Posted: 12:55 pm on December 22nd
thefrogprincess writes: These are fabulous! I love the 'old world' look of the glitter. What kind are you using? These gifts are too beautiful to open! Posted: 12:13 pm on December 22nd
fellowjunker writes: Thanks ladies........are you, yourself, covered with sparkles too, Sue???? Everywhere I go people tell me I'm sparkling........oh well, 'tis the season!! LOL!
Merry Christmas.
xojanis Posted: 9:00 am on December 22nd
MelHow writes: I like the idea for using the old frame. Posted: 8:45 am on December 22nd
Meadowview_Farm writes: Janis:
How sparkly & delightful! You have worked absolute magic here! Happy Happy Holidays to you!
Kari Posted: 7:45 am on December 22nd
Gardenjunky writes:
Janis

I love your gift wrapping ideas. They look just beautiful.
You have done a great job of staging your things to photograph. Really beautiful. Love the idea with the frames and the mirror.

Carolyn Posted: 7:43 am on December 22nd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Oh, Janis! These are gorgeous!! The framed photo with old print as well as the black suitcase cooking-themed gift are my favs! However, I would feel pretty special to receive any one of these beauties.

Very, very pretty and warm wishes to you also, my junk friend.
Candy Posted: 7:16 am on December 22nd
suewhitney writes: Hi Janis,

Now this is what I cal glitter in a of its glory! Absotutey beautiful! One question. I've been using a lot of glitter this year...so is it all over your floors and furniture too? Hahaha!

Have a wonderful Christmas!
Sue Posted: 7:09 am on December 22nd
crazymomluvsjunk writes: What a beautiful way to wrap up your gifts. These are so pretty! Great idea! Posted: 11:34 pm on December 21st
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