From salt shaker to tassel

February 12th, 2009 in member junk     
Faeryhollow Faeryhollow, member
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I made this sweet rose-sprigged porcelain salt shaker into a beautiful tassel. I pulled the loop of a premade tassel (bought on sale in a discount fabric outlet) up through the filler hole on the bottom of the shaker, using floral wire fed through the holes on top. I attached the floral wire to decorative cording and twisted tightly, and added ribbon trim to the top to cover the connection. More cording was hot-glued around the bottom edge of the shaker.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, pink, china, tassel, romantic

Comments (7)

MelHow writes: Clever redo - I have a growing collection of salt and pepper shakers that need some projects... Posted: 5:48 pm on February 27th
1daB writes: This is SUCH a cool idea. Thank you for sharing. Wanda :) Posted: 1:04 am on February 18th
irishrovr writes: Very sweet!!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 7:13 pm on February 13th
gilswife writes: OH THATS CUTE..CUTE.. CUTE!!! LOVE IT!! ... Donna Posted: 3:28 pm on February 13th
rebeljunker writes: Wow, I absolutely love it! I just love this site, so many talented!!! crafty/junker's out there! I see so many projects, I would love to do. Posted: 11:04 am on February 13th
suewhitney writes: Too cute. Old s&ps are wonderful pieces of junk to use in projects. Nice job!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 9:51 am on February 13th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: This is beautiful! Thank you for providing your instructions as well so some of us can give it a try.
Candy Posted: 7:59 am on February 13th
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