Monday, January 20, 2014

A Little Added Bling

Good evening fellow bloggers.  It has been a while since I have blogged and Monday is not my normal day of blogging.  My daughter Jackie usually blogs on Mondays but she has been a little busy with her twins.  They are growing like crazy and I don't think the Mom knows what day it is.  They are so precious....Anyways, I'm going to tell you about a little project that I did.  I had these old bottles that I found at a garage sale and I really liked the shape of them.  They had corks in the top of the bottles and one was a little foggy in the inside.  I forgot to take the before picture but I really didn't change the outside that much.  Here are the bottles:

The shapes of the bottles are cute.  I added a little bit of bling to them by adding some jewelry pieces that were broken and they seem to fit the size of the bottles just right.
Actually the medallions hanging on the front of the bottles are actually old earrings.  I wrapped an old chain around the top of this bottle.
I added an old necklace around the top of this bottle
and around this bottle I added some of the broken pieces of the necklace around the top and topped that with a piece of old tatted lace.
I glued on all the pieces of jewelry on with E-6000 glue.  Works great and dries clear.
At the top, on the top of the old corks I added a rhinestone sequin.  Just a little bit more bling.
Here are my old bottles and I think they are really fun looking.
So, what do you think?  Better or worse?  Until next time, Dianne.......



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16 comments:

  1. Very pretty! A very creative use of old jewelry. I have quite a few old bottles, and you have given me some ideas. Thank you for linking up with Inspired Sunday!

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    1. Lana-I knew when I saw those bottles they could use some of my broken jewelry. I'm glad you like them. Dianne

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  2. i adore embellished bottles. yours are lovely! ;)

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  3. I love your bottles! Nothing is cooler than taking an old piece and adorning it for added appeal! So pretty!! Thank you for linking them up to Blissful Whites Wednesday!
    Have a lovely week!
    Becky

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  4. Thanks for linking up ti Tickled Pink Times Two! I am featuring your bling tomorrow at our party.
    Make it a pink day!

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    1. Thank you so much for featuring me. Dianne.

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  5. These came out really well. So glad to find your post at Inspired Sunday @ Sunday View

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  6. I have a few old bottles like that, a couple are foggy, too. What a great idea to fancy them up and make them look so much better!
    I saw you featured at What Meegan Makes.
    Debbie :)

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  7. They turned out so cute! What a great collection! Thank you so much for joining my party!
    Blessings,
    Doni

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  8. Old bottles and pretty jewels...so pretty together! Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY...
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  9. What a great way to recycle broken jewelry! Thanks for sharing at Submarine Sunday!

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  10. What a great way to dress up old bottles! Yours are so pretty!!
    Thanks so much for sharing this at Project Inspire{d} ~ AnExtraordinaryDay.net! I can't wait to see what you share this week!!

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  11. Very pretty! A girl's got to have some bling :) Thanks for sharing this at What We Accomplished Wednesdays! Have a super week!

    Deborah

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  12. Men have always had an inclination for jewelry too, but unlike women, only a certain niche likes to wear jewelry. Designers make unisex jewelry and jewelry separately for men too. Men usually prefer solid, matt finished, rough looking jewelry in copper and iron. Choose to stock on jewelry pieces that are masculine such as chain bracelets and necklaces. Some men also like to wear studs in their ears, so retailers can also display a selective but stylish collection of these for men.

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