Friday, December 12, 2008

Christmas Came Early



A few months ago I asked a good friend of mine to keep her eyes open for pearls. I use them in many of my projects and go through them pretty fast. I was expecting Gail to find a few strands here and there or maybe a loose lot or two but oh no, no, no, she scored! When I opened the box there were HUNDREDS of the little lovelies. White ones, creamy ones, big and small ones. It was like Christmas! Gail was even sweet enough to separate the pearls into categories for me! Thank you sooooo much for taking time out of your schedule to help me with my endless pursuit of the pearl.





In my last post I mentioned the empty pocket watches I found that I had an idea for. Well here they are in their new incarnation - mini shadowboxes encased in a wonderful old pocket watch! Wear them as a necklace or hang them in a favorite spot in your home. They'd even make a great holiday ornament. I think they're really lovely and wish I would've have bought more of them! I simply ADORE the glittered encrusted shells that house the shadowboxes and think the whole package was just too much fun! Don't you just love it when creativity makes you soar! I'm trying to think of other uses for the glittered shells. Maybe a place card holder on a festive table? Any ideas?










Have a happy weekend! XOXXOO

6 comments:

Leah C said...

What lovely treasures! Aren't you lucky...just swimming in pearls:)

Kristen Robinson said...

Molly your blog and words are absolutely lovely. Thank you for your truly beautiful comment on my blog! I wish you the Happiest of Holidays and a blessed and joyous New Year!
XOX
Kristen

Jeanneoli said...

What a sweet friend and I love what you did with the watches. Just beautiful!

Mo said...

Wow! Your blog is gorgeous!!!

Marilee said...

Your web log and websit are are exquisite! The pictures are so clear and sparkly! Today you showcases all the things I like -- pearls, rhinestones, watch cases! I have a few old watch cases and you have inspired me to do something wonderful with them. Thank you for sharing.

Marilee

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

those are just beautiful!

Best wishes for a lovely new Year!