Monday, November 23, 2009

Hand Painted Dresser, Hand Stamped Pendants

I had a pretty productive weekend this weekend, both with work and family/friends time. This pink and white dresser is an antique dresser I picked up this summer. It had been in a landmark inn in town that was demolished so I rescued it and gave it a new life. (It's raining out so I had to take the photos in my messy studio). I love the lines on this piece and had fun with the colors.


These are some other pieces, all in different stages of being finished. It was a gorgeous, relatively warm weekend so I got quite a bit of sanding done outside.



Now, these have been so much fun and so popular. They are blowing out of our home parties and I do have them available on my website. Notice the center one above ... lots of customers have been ordering three discs on one chain and it really stacks up and looks neat.

These all need chains, some on their own, some in groupings.

I loved this idea ... a 13 year old ordered these as a Christmas gift for her best friend ... each of their initials on each necklace. It's along the idea of a best friend necklace that comes in two pieces but how cute is this?

Finally, some fun vintage earrings I picked up that I will be listing later today.
Thanks for visiting ...

14 comments:

Lisa said...

Jennifer

All I can say is yummy, love your furniture... awesome.

Those charms are very cool too. I'll need to show Sarah the best friend one. That may be something she would love to give.

Lisa
Pale Pink And Roses

Marilyn said...

I will agree with Lisa..... Yummy!
Your furniture IS awesome!!
I always look forwaed to seeing a new creation!!
Love,
Marilyn
Our Victorian Cottage

Nancy said...

Jennifer, I love looking at your furniture and I love the stripes! I am also happy to hear how well the Jewelry is doing, it looks like you are having a lot of fun with it!
Huggs, Nancy
www.coeurdalenegifts.com
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gail said...

Jennifer,, I love the striped dresser. I always love what you do, but I think this may just be my favorite! Gorgeous! I really liked the bookmarks too. They are very pretty. I always love seeing vintage earrings too.
Have a great Thanksgiving! Hugs, gail

Patricia said...

That dresser is adorable, nice work. The stamped charms are such a great idea, so glad they are doing well for you. Those are some great ideas for displaying them.
Pat
Patricia Rose-A Potpourri of Fabric, Fragrance and Findings
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LOUD & PROUD ♥ said...

the dresser looks beautiful! and so does everthing else!

Carolee Crafts said...

Your chest of drawers is beautiful, love the pink and white. The charms are such a lovely idea.

Kath' said...

How pretty are they ?? I love them. I love your blog and will go check your store out too. I need some jewelry for some new things I am making. I will be having blog contest next week. Come and join me and enter in on the fun. Kath' at www.lilbitoldlilbitnew.com

Marie said...

Hi Jennifer.
Love that dresser. It looks so sweet. Happy Thaniksgiving.
Marie

Lynette Larson - Campbell said...

Such patience!! So lovely Jennifer!!!

Janet Bernasconi said...

Hi Jennifer,

Oh how I wish those pieces of furniture were mine! I love the white and pink stripes. Very ,very pretty.And the charms are great too. Love your show and tell. Thanks for sharing! Have a fantastic week!
xoxo
Janet
Janets Creative Pillows

Elyse said...

GASP!

am loving the dresser. way to go!!!

one of these days i am driving to your shop!!!

until then, have a happy thanksgiving!

xo
elyse

Miniature Patisserie Chef said...

I Love your dresser...I just have a thing for the pink and white stripes. It would match so perfectly with my wallpaper.

Always enjoyed looking at your creations. Have a happy Thanksgiving!

Pei Li

Aalina Eden said...

Here are a couple of really easy pendants you can make that would be good Christmas or holiday gifts this year. I used CopprClay, but you could use any other metal clay you wanted, or even polymer clay. Since these end up looking somewhat like fossils, it would be interesting to experiment with some of the “granite ” colored polymer clays, or to mix your own faux stone. Vintage Rings