Creative Play

Feb 23, 2012

Yes­ter­day, in between laun­dry and clean­ing I did a lit­tle bit of play­ing and cre­ated this bracelet and spoon charm for a neck­lace. I really do enjoy putting odds and ends together to cre­ate unique pieces of jew­elry. I love wear­ing things I’ve made because I can make them as funky as I want and I like funky jew­elry a lot.

I really like dig­ging in the tins I have that hold all my baubles. I save EVERYTHING no mat­ter how tiny because I am always think­ing I will find the per­fect project for it some­day. I’ve had the lit­tle cop­per heart charm for YEARS. It finally found it’s home on a bracelet.

And these dried flow­ers… I have no clue how long I’ve had these but I think they are per­fect rest­ing inside this spoon charm. This was an exper­i­ment that had a very happy end­ing. I wasn’t sure how what I had in my head was going to trans­late into this piece but I’m glad it worked out. I can­not wait to wear it this week­end at The Crafty Scrapper.


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  • Kirsten Ali­cia

    So beau­ti­ful.

  • Diane Dai­nis

    Gor­geous! Are the flow­ers held in with resin?

    • Lisa M. Pace

      I used Bees Wax, Diane.

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  • santa

    Love the spoon flower combo.

  • Wanda H

    Love that spoon!!! How did you adhere the flow­ers… glue, wax???

    • Lisa M. Pace

      I used Bees Wax… it is so fun!

  • Laura

    Oh my…how beau­ti­ful is that!
    I’m curious.…when you say spoon charm, is that a real charm, or a real spoon? And if it is a real spoon(I imag­ine a tiny sugar spoon maybe), how did you secure it to the bracelet?
    I’m inspired, and may try some­thing like it for my friend.…she’s a spoony kind of gal!

    • Lisa M. Pace

      It is both a real spoon that I made into a charm for a neck­lace. It is made from an old serv­ing spoon.