Sunday, December 11, 2011

Deck The Halls Sunday ~ "Goodwill" Ornaments and Gifts

Here are some Christmas ornaments and gifts I've been working on.
The baby's 1st Christmas shoe ornaments are for the new members of our family. Scroll down to the post below this one to read more about this project and the inspiration for them..

 The wall sconce below (purchased at a thrift shop) is one of my up-cycling projects, or as I like to call them, rescued and revived treasures. I wanted to try my hand at making something in the Primative Style. I hope they like it!

Linking this up to Terri's Artful Affirmations' blog party.
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I'm also linking this to Knick Of Time Tuesday click here to visit and see some fantastic vintage style pieces.


  1. Love the shoe ornament -- really creative and special!

  2. Oh Wow! Your baby's first Christmas ornaments are totally adorable! How very sweet to make them!
    And your up-cycled wall sconce is amazing! Really, it is now totally gorgeous.

  3. What could be cuter than baby booties!!! Your creation looks so beautiful!!!

    Thanks for the visit! I deeply appreciate it :)

    all the blessings,

  4. The little shoes are adorable Linda! You've done really well with them. Such lovely keepsakes to be kept for a long while.
    and the wall sconce is definitely a great find, and hasn't it come up well?! It's something I'd be very happy to have on a wall here. I'll have to keep my eye out for one when I go op shopping. Haven't seen one as yet, but then I wasn't looking either! :))

    talk soon. x

  5. Hi Linda:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! I like to find treasures at the Goodwill also & see what I can turn them in to.

    The baby shoe ornaments are adorable!

  6. Your baby shoe ornaments turned out so cute and I think you did a great primitive restyle on the wall sconce!

    Thanks for sharing at Knick of Time Tuesday!

    Thanks & Blessings,
    Angie @ Knick


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