Christmas is Coming!

December 3rd, 2012 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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A table topper done in JUNKMARKET green and white...imagine that?! I like a little bit of glitz, but not too much. Just a dab will do ya. Now theres a vintage saying!
Green store bought bottle lying about the house with nothing to do. I will often buy end of the season non-descript items that...with little help can become beautiful!
The beauty begins with loverly vintage pearl bracelets that just happen to fit around the bottles...go figure!
Nature meets faux. Feathers, pine cones, crusty clay pots, water softener salt, and faux fruit are the other players on this team. The mirror on a piece from a bottling machine...you have seen before. The ultimate in re-use.
Pearls on a bottle, pearls in a pot...sounds like lyrics to me.
Polka dot feathers in a brooch. What would Grandma think?
Get fresh for Christmas. Take that any way you would like. Ah, hahahaha! A candle is always welcome in a centerpiece!
A couple of the bracelets fit the bases of the bottles and the other was a midriff-ter.
A sparkling personality will get you everywhere for the holidays.
Whats wrong with this picture? I did this by mistake and said...oh thats cool. What did I do?
! birdseye view with a hot spot on the left. This little light of mine ...Im gonna let it shine!
A table topper done in JUNKMARKET green and white...imagine that?! I like a little bit of glitz, but not too much. Just a dab will do ya. Now theres a vintage saying!

A table topper done in JUNKMARKET green and white...imagine that?! I like a little bit of glitz, but not too much. Just a dab will do ya. Now there's a vintage saying!


You all know just how much I like doing table top design. The holidays give me a great opportunity to go to town. Here is an easy peazy idea for your dining table or your entry table...what ever suits your fancy! This is a mixture of discounted store finds, vintage jewels, other vintage goodies, and of course an ample dose of nature. December has arrived....let the celebrating begin!


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Comments (12)

suewhitney writes: Thanks so much everyone!!!! December is going to be a great month here at JMS!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:00 am on December 11th
emw1203 writes: Another great way to use jewelrty....I use some of my beaded bracelets for curtain tie backs and this is just a really a unique way to make a sparkling table top. I like the easiness of it as well. A nice inspiration...maybe I will look for some broken crystals form a necklace and throw them on the fake snow I have on my fireplace. Very pretty! Posted: 9:08 am on December 7th
shabbychick writes: Beautiful tabletop Sue! Love the glitz and green - looks very "fresh"...I must say!!

Merry Christmas my friend!!

Hugs from Ohio, Kathy Posted: 7:14 am on December 5th
EmmasNookandGranny writes: So beautiful and perfect for the holidays - a little bling but not too much. I love the picture looking into the mirror that shows the tin ceiling, too!

Merry Christmas to all! ~Marge Posted: 6:46 am on December 5th
CottageElements writes: You know me, Sue, I love the sparkly! And sparkly with jewelry? Perfection! Looks like the place I'd want to be for Christmas!

Lani Posted: 6:37 am on December 5th
NDJunkGirl writes: Your table looks stunning! Happy December! Posted: 1:33 pm on December 4th
Junkpony writes: This is beautiful, I love the feathers with the brooch! Posted: 11:58 am on December 4th
georgiamoon writes: Sue, as usual your table settings are truly inspiring, and this one is no exception. I love to see what you can put together from all the things you have collected over the years. Merry Christmas my friend....we need to have a nice long chat!
Love,
Georgia Posted: 7:27 am on December 4th
chippingcharm writes: Lovely like always Sue...LOVE the vintage jewels mixed in...Happy December :) Laurel Posted: 5:04 am on December 4th
suziart writes: It looks lovely ...and I love the glitz!!! Those green bottles are fab... Posted: 1:23 pm on December 3rd
gadgetsponge writes: Classy as always Sue. Totally digging the green bottles and feathers. Posted: 1:12 pm on December 3rd
JunkArchitect writes: Wow, my table NEVER looks this amazing and probably never will either. What a inspiring bunch of ideas. The green bottles really add a dose of holiday color...Beautiful...!

MERRY CHRISTMAS...!

Jim
Posted: 10:54 am on December 3rd
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