Here’s a recent collage creation of mine, Alice in Wonderland themed with the “Drink Me” bottle on vintage Bingo card.
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I found a package of small plastic deer toys at the antique shop, I added an eye screw to one and turned him into a charm for a necklace. I also added some book text that syas “Oh, deer” to a vintage D Scrabble tile and soldered around the edges for the other charm. I love how this one turned out! This necklace is currently for sale in my Etsy shop.
This lovely shadow box style necklace is made with snippets of vintage lace and vintage measuring tape with a vintage button and a silver scissors charm.
This necklace is now available in my Etsy shop.
I think this Pirate necklace turned out so cool! I made a soldered glass charm using a vintage dictionary illustration, I soldered a vintage Scrabble tile (X marks the spot), hand stamped a metal tags and added a skull bead.
that I’ve got several new bird items in my Etsy shop!
Here’s a trio a new soldered glass necklaces I’ve made with illustrations from a vintage children’s dictionary. These are currently available for purchase in my Etsy shop.
I’ve marked down over a dozen soldered glass pendants in my Etsy shop from $16 to only $7, click here to check out my sale.
April showers bring out the flowers which also brings all the pretty insects too!
You can find these sweet Honey Bee and darling Lady Bug pendents in my Etsy shop. They are made using book illustrations from a vintage children’s dictionary.
I love using vintage buttons in my jewelry and collage, especially white mother of pearl, so pretty! Here’s a grouping of jewelry and a collage I’ve made using buttons. Everything shown is currently in my Etsy shop.
I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday! I’m having an after Christmas sale in my Etsy shop! Save up to 40% on all remaining holiday items, like soldered glass ornaments, hanging collages and wooden ornaments.
Click here to go directly to my sale section —> https://www.etsy.com/shop/PisforPaper?section_id=5704130&view_type=list