June 17th, 2009 in member junk     
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 The clasp from the necklace hangs off the handle of this vintage loving cup that would be perfect in a babys room to hold flowers or baby essentials.
Wee little one........a miniature teapot with crystals and beads hanging off the spout.  An earring from the set decorates the handle.
Hoppy, hoppy days.........this is a little creamer that can be hung or used to store items.  Beads from the necklace hang off the spout.
This way for bunny hugs.....another little hanging for babys room decorated with the necklace beads and another vintage earring.
One of my vintage baby shoes decorated with the crystal beads.
Another baby shoe.
More of the beads used to decorate this little hanging for babys room.

I found a beautiful baby blue vintage necklace and earring set on a trip to the thrift store and was inspired to create a line of junkstyle baby room decor items with them.  Now I'm on the look out for a vintage pink necklace!! 

Pattern or design used: My Own Design - junkstyle
posted in: member junk, container, house wear

Comments (21)

EarthMom writes: These are awesome!!!!! They inspired me to put all of my silver to good use. I have a weakness for silver pieces and have never really figured out to do with them. So cool!!!!!!!!!
Can you tell me what kind of clear coat you use? Posted: 1:44 am on August 18th
patinamarie writes: Thanks for sharing about the clear top coat. I have the rub ons and found a really cute silverplate tea set 2nd hand. Can't wait to create something fun.

Posted my first post using rub ons too - an old mail caddy. Can't wait to see more and create more!!!

Posted: 1:26 am on July 11th
fellowjunker writes: Thank you all SOOO much for your encouraging comments....I really appreciate them!!
In answer to some of the questions you had: As I frequent my local thrift stores I, too, frequent Michaels and the scrapbooking stores in my area looking for interesting rub-ons. You can also make your own rub-ons using a special paper usually found at scrapbooking stores. Vinyls are fun and easy to apply to almost any surface as well. You can make your own vinyl rub-ons (the possibilities are endless) using machines such as the "wishblade". I do usually clear-cut over top of the rub-ons, but not the vinyls.
Hope this helps....happy junking (and crafting)!
xojanis Posted: 6:32 pm on June 24th
patinamarie writes: These are gorgeous! I just bought these rub-ons and am inspired to find some silverplate. One question, though. Did you clear coat the rub-ons?

Thanks and nice work!

Tina Posted: 10:08 pm on June 23rd
csudderth writes: Well, think everything has been said about how great these are but just want to add my compliments. Love them.
Christy Posted: 10:29 pm on June 21st
Chovey writes: How adorable! R those rub on's u use?
cynthia Posted: 6:55 pm on June 19th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Oh, Janis, these are just lovely. What a beautiful gift idea!

Candy Posted: 6:52 pm on June 19th
TinTinJunkFan writes: These are just too precious.... Posted: 11:56 am on June 19th
CottageElements writes: Janis, you certainly have the knack for embellishing silver (and baby shoes!). You do such a fabulous job! These are just beautiful.

Lani Posted: 9:56 am on June 19th
saclark writes: Janis - These are fantastic!! But where in the world do you find all of the great rub ons? I can't seem to find any that have the charm to them that yours do.

Sharon Posted: 8:55 am on June 19th
MimiToria writes: Just lovely Janis. You are the queen of elegance. Love what you did with the rub ons and the silver. I just can't seem to ever find any great stuff locally. What's your secret?
These would be just perfect in a babys room. Love all of your ideas.
Gretchen Posted: 11:16 pm on June 18th
georgiamoon writes: Janis, what a fabulous baby gift these would make. You'd be the HIT of the shower if you showed up with something this cool. These are so YOU. Love them, Georgia Posted: 4:28 pm on June 18th
LizaJane writes: Absolutely gorgeous! I just love these...and this look could easily be translated into other settings as well! Lovely! Posted: 10:40 am on June 18th
suewhitney writes: Janis,

These may be the sweetest things I have ever seen for a nursery. Absolutely CHARMING! What a great way to get the little ones off to a good junking start!

Take care,

Posted: 10:18 am on June 18th
writes: These are wonderful Janis. I like the texture of the pieces combined with the different lettering. Really well done.

JennyK Posted: 12:37 am on June 18th
oldnews writes: Absolutely georgous! Marie Posted: 8:21 pm on June 17th
Do you get I love them?
Smiles, Alice Posted: 8:13 pm on June 17th
RustyDiva writes: You inspired me to shop for "rub on" words with your Just Plant It Post. I even bought a couple of silver pots at my friendly salvage place. You have inspired me to shop once more! You could be bad for me - but I've always been intrigued with my dark side so shop again I will.........thank you. Beautiful!!! Posted: 2:57 pm on June 17th
countyroadrebels writes: LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! Thanks for the new fun ideas! :o) Posted: 2:56 pm on June 17th
JunkArchitect writes: Janis, you have an incredible talent for combining elegance and junk. Great projects and photos as usual.

Posted: 2:40 pm on June 17th
shabbychick writes: Janis - these are all tooooo sweet! Love your elegant baby style.

The lettering really adds to each piece (love the "bunny hugs") - and of course the little bit of "bling" is your signature!

The old baby shoes are cute - might have to get my daughter's out and do something fun with them!

Beautiful, my friend!!


Posted: 2:18 pm on June 17th
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