I’ve had upcycled jewelry and other projects published several times in the Somerset Stampington magazines. Only once without knowing about it beforehand. But when you’ve been published they often use photos from your article for future advertising or promotions. without telling you. That’s what happened to me this week. I was catching up on my email last night. When I got to the Somerset Earth Day email the photo below caught my eye. Recognize anything?
I thought I posted here when these were published in the Autumn 2011 GreenCraft Magazine but it looks like I only shared the cover and one of my other projects in the issue here. And it’s funny, I just started making more of these yesterday.
Jordy got onto me for buying more faucet handles at the Roses and Rust vintage market when I still have so many in my studio. So I figured I better show her by using them.
Often it’s hard to see in a photo just what the jewelry will look like when worn. So I took the photo below. The vintage faucet necklace is adjustable and can be shorter.
The “Salt of the Earth” vintage salt shaker necklaces have been popular at the last two shows. I sold out so I started making more of them yesterday, too. There’s a close up in the photo below. You can also take these off the chain and use them as Christmas ornaments!
If you enjoyed this post, you might also like these:
- How to Make Christmas Ornaments Out of Faucet Handles
- Where to Buy Vintage Faucet Handles Online
- Vintage Salt Shaker Christmas Ornament Tutorial
- 18 Rustic Style DIY Christmas Ornaments
- More Thrift Store Makeovers
Thanks for reading & let me know if you make any like these… I’d love to see them.
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim
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