Showing Off A Few Of My Christmas Crafted Decorations

I’ve been crafting hard for the last couple of weeks.  Below are some of my finished projects.  As you can see, I love the shabby vintage look, so I used burlap, antique and vintage jewelry, vintage lace and homemade shabby roses.  What doesn’t sell at the Dec. 1 Christmas Bazaar will go on sale on my Etsy shop.  I’ve been waiting to open it to see what I have left and then add more to those items.  Of course, I think all of my projects are beautiful, so I hope I sell them all.  The bazaar will also let me know what people like the best, and make more.  Of course, they are all one of a kind.  I never duplicate items because I use what I have on hand.  The fun for me in crafting these one-of-a-kind items is using my creativity to fashion new products out of old “stuff”.  I would love some feedback on what I have posted so far.  I have a lot more items, and when I put them on Etsy, I will stage them more professionally.  Wish me luck.

About rhondasblogs

I am a retired grandma who loves to craft, hand-quilt, antique and thrift store shop, and upcycle found treasures. And...always looking to try new art media. I love gardening using eclectic ideas and vintage pieces, with green natural products. I am Paleo and try to eat pure and allergy free, searching recipes, revising and substituting ingredients to fit my restricted diet; gluten, dairy, and egg free, including some nuts. I try to live green and organic, slowly dragging my family along with me.
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