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1  Fabric Rose Necklace in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by brookeashlea on: March 19, 2011 02:29:47 PM
I found this recycled rose wreath tutorial http://alisaburke.blogspot.com/2010/02/recycled-roses-wreath-tutorial_24.html and decided to try my own roses! But instead I made a necklace. I just rolled some white fabric, glued with a hot glue gun, and then glued felt to the back. I used this great t-shirt type of fabric that rolls (I cut it off of a scarf I have) and used it for tying all together. Anyways, it's really easy and these can be made out of anything and used for anything!! Get creative! =)










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2  Re: Feathery Tree Branch Wall Hanging(LOTSO PICS) in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by brookeashlea on: March 18, 2011 04:40:34 PM
Yeah I have inside pics I just don't like the color!







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3  Feathery Tree Branch Wall Hanging(LOTSO PICS) in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by brookeashlea on: March 18, 2011 01:34:18 PM
My sister has been obsessing over tree branches being decorated for hanging. So I of course have a lot of crafting stuff and feathers. I decided to create her something like what she wants but my way. Good thing her birthday is coming up so this can be a present! Anyways, I just drilled holes in the branch I found, and tied random lengths of jute string and began to fasten all kinds of things to hang on there. Feather clusters, random ties of colored leathers, chandelier crystals, felt circles, a stuffed fabric bird, leftover pendants... Anything I could find I have put on it!  Smiley Comments?!




Birdy!


Did I mention shells?


I love this picture.




HUGE old safety pin. A bunch of antique keys came on it.



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4  Sticks and owls, a wreath for any occasion! in Winter Holidays by brookeashlea on: December 06, 2010 11:30:01 AM
So I wanted to make a wreath for Christmas time and ended up with a wreath that can go for any occasion really. I got the sticks from my boyfriends backyard and just hot glued them all together to form the wreath. I then wrapped some jute string around in just a random way for looks. I made the little owl guys and voila! The bow is a scrap piece of fabric i just threw together because I like the color. So I hope this gives ideas! It is really easy, free, and would make a great gift for anyone. And the best thing, I can remove the owls and bow and add anything for any season!!


Sticks, with nothing on it yet.



Close up



Fabric owls!!



the bow



The finished product!
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5  my peyote stitching bead earrings in Beads: Completed Projects by brookeashlea on: July 04, 2008 08:00:40 AM
Okay so I decided to try my hand at this peyote stitch because I really love these kinds of earrings. So this first pair is my absolute favorite.. I usually wear browns and not much color but these make me feel so alive!!

They were the second pair I have ever made so I was so proud. But some strands fell off because I used really bad string, now I am using really good bead string. You can't really tell though when I am wearing them. Oh and the beads at the bottom were from a very old necklace that broke. And the beads are so amazing that I thought, Okay I have to use these RIGHT NOW!

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wearing them





These earrings I made with these really good Japanese seed beads that were kind of expensive but they really look so pretty and uniform. I used a random pattern I found by google searching!!




Let me know what you think!!

Brooke
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6  Soldered glass slide pendants..IMG HEAVY in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by brookeashlea on: July 05, 2006 01:22:12 PM
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7  Re: postage stamp necklaces... (tutorial added.) in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by brookeashlea on: June 23, 2006 12:23:09 PM
so, yesterday i looked through this entire thread and i was determined to try soldering some jewelry. i went to hobby lobby and bought everything and then last night i made 5.





theyre in order of which was made 1st, 2nd, and so on. (the first one... is obviously the first one! haha) and the 147 is a piece of paper that my friend gilbert wanted me to make a necklace of.. its their rap group name.  Wink the 1st one and the third purple flower one both have the same image on the back.

the 2nd image has this on the back....(live.) (theyre both kind of blurry)

         

the last image has this on the back(blurry as well)
         

the purple flower one is my faveeee. adn i know ill get better each one i do!

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