Some Thrift Store Bowls Made A Christmas Theme

November 27th, 2011 in member junk     
OneHippieChick OneHippieChick, member
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Some thrift store bowls and candle glass holders join together to make a Christmas Theme
Flip the bowl over and glueing the glass candle holder to the bottom of the bowl, makes for a different look to a candle holder.  Add a green candle for Chrismtas.
Add a bottom of a glass candle holder, the top Im using elsewhere.  And add a thrift store pewter dish, makes a unique serving dish.
The unique sherving dish.  A thrift stor pewter dsh with a bottom of a candle holder.
Ready to celebrate Christmas in JM Style.  Merry Christmas Everyone.
Some thrift store bowls and candle glass holders join together to make a Christmas Theme

Some thrift store bowls and candle glass holders join together to make a Christmas Theme


Celebrating Christmas JM Style with thrift store finds.  What a fun and thrifty way to decorate.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Suzy
posted in: member junk, seasonal, metal, glass, candle holder, dining room, table

Comments (5)

suewhitney writes: You're hilarious!!!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 5:03 am on December 3rd
OneHippieChick writes: Tonight, my son threw a fork to my daughter at the table and hit one of the candle holders and chipped it in two places. I will be putting clear tape over the chips and paint clear fingernail polish to seal it and keep it for being sharp. Thank goodness I know how to fix things. HA. And to think, my son is only 24 years old and works at the hospital here. He's a anesthesiologist assistant. I told him, that I don't know if I would want someone putting me to sleep who throw forks across a kitchen. =-( Posted: 7:10 pm on December 2nd
annebell writes: Those pieces all look like they belong together! Very pretty. Posted: 10:37 am on December 2nd
georgiamoon writes: Very nice Christmas projects that everyone can do. Great job!
Georgia Posted: 6:54 pm on November 28th
suewhitney writes: Your table decor is lovely...and thrifty too! Nice work...

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:43 am on November 28th
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