Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Just Playing Around

 
I spent some of this afternoon playing around with the tart tins, vintage wooden spools, Christmas trees, vintage figurines and paper mache boxes!
 
Oh, and some glitter also!
 
 
Remember the bunch of this little tart tins I got an an estate sale a few weeks back?  Well, I was in a mood, so I started working on them.
 
I had several different shapes and sizes.
 
 
I added music pages out of old hymnals to the spools, some glittery trim and white Christmas trees.
 
 
I had a whole box of these old looking figurines which include a group of Christmas carolers and musicians, and used one on the top of this tin.
 
 
This was a tiny paper mache box I had and I used the old book pages and some glitter.  (By the way, if you run into me within the next year, I'll probably still have glitter on me - you can't get that stuff off of your skin!)
 
So, that was my afternoon - just playing around!
 
Thank you all for the great response to my "Christmas Every Monday".  It was wonderful to hear from all of you and I hope you were inspired.
 
Thank you also for all of your prayers and concern for John.  We did treatment #38 today which means we only have seven left.  So, next Friday 10/18 we will be finished.  I thank the Lord that John is doing fairly well and will improve each and every day after that date.  The Lord has been very good to us.  The hospital we are using is staffed with the most fantastic, caring people, nurses and doctors. 
 
So, needless to say, we are on the downhill side!
 
Thank you all!!
 
Enjoy!
 
Till next time, Judy
 
 
 
 

26 comments:

  1. So pleased for John that the treatments are getting closer to ending. You will both have such a feeling of relief to end the daily treatments.

    Love your sweet (and sparkly) little ornaments. Inventive.

    Joy

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  2. Happy to hear John i continuing with the treatments and can see the end of them. I have been playing with some of the same things - love the vintage look of yours!

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  3. These are so, so, sweet! I love them. You are so clever, I might have to steal this great idea!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  4. Judy these cute crafts have me thinking Christmas! So glad to hear that John is doing so well. Big Hugs to you both!

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  5. Love your creativity! Just darling-
    So happy to hear your husband is almost finished with his treatments. Hugs to you and him. ♥

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  6. Glad to hear that John's treatments are nearly through, and he can start feeling stronger and better. Love the tins with spools and trees on them, the sheet music is perfect with them, and the love figurine is precious. These are all lovely.

    Hugs ~ Mary

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  7. So cute! I have not done anything creative in so long, I think I need a refresher course. :D
    Glad to hear your husband is doing well with his treatments.
    Enjoy your evening.

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  8. I'm keeping you both in my prayers. I'm glad you are thinking of creative projects. I need to get some more supplies together to be ready for all of your tutorials! Sweet hugs to you both, Diane

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  9. You are so creative - just love your new project.
    So glad to hear that John is doing well and that his treatments are almost over.
    Have a great weekend Judy.
    Mary

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  10. Judy, you have such a creative eye and can certainly turn the UNordinary items into something very EXTRAordinary. Thanks so much for sharing your great ideas!

    And yes...God is good :)

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  11. Love it Judy! I hope you are having a wonderful fall~

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  12. Judy, these are adorable! You are so clever!

    I just added my prayer for John's healing and an standing with you in believing for his whaling to manifest.

    All my love,

    Sheila

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  13. I love all your sweet vintage feel ornaments.......the combinations of little tins, sheet music, trees and spools (you know how I love those!) works beautifully and the glitter is perfect to top it all off with frosty sparkle.
    So glad that John's treatment is almost finished.
    Helen x

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  14. The ornaments are adorable..You have a very creative imagination..Of course, there must be glitter..Glad your husband is doing well..

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  15. I think you are sparkly even without the glitter! Good news for John - almost done!

    Beautiful ornaments! I hope they will be in your Etsy shop.

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  16. I'm so happy John is doing well and that you only have a week left in your treatments!

    My little lamp is now safely inside the pink cabinet in the studio - looks great!

    xo
    Claudia

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  17. Cute cute cute!!!! Judy these are so charming and adorable.
    Kris

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  18. Thank God John is doing well. I know you are a great and beautiful help to him.

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  19. I love your style!! I'm into all this stuff, too. Love burlap and repurposing. Following on Pinterest and Bloglovin. Have a great day. Come share if you can. Linda

    http://www.craftsalamode.com/2013/10/what-to-do-weekends-41.html


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  20. These are great, you really are very creative.
    Glad John is doing well, it must be a relief that the treatment will soon be over.

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  21. Looks like you had a very fun afternoon. So sweet. xo Laura

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  22. So glad hubby is nearing the final treatment...and pray for him to grow stronger every single day.
    These are the cutest things...and so unique. I love them all.

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  23. These are so cute. I have a stash of old tart tins that I couldn't figure out what to do with, and now I know. I even have some bottle brush trees to go with them.
    Very nice.

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  24. These are adorable, and you have such a creative eye Judy, but more importantly, so glad John is at the end of his treatment. You both must be so relieved.

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