Friday, January 21, 2011

I made these cute little key chain/ lip stick mirror/ pendants. Yes, they can be all that. Ha ha. I have them on key chain holders, but you can easily add the pendant to a chain if you like. They are mirrored so you can always see to reapply your favorite lip stick. These are all made from upcycled bottle caps. Yeah! Speaking of upcycled,my sister Susan and I always buy library books that are about to be thrown out. Take a look at this vintage library book that my sister gave me in the pic. Cutest little children's book with the word DESTROY stamped on the front page. Isn't that just a little funny?



I will be adding these to my Esty shop soon along with a new painting I just finished.

9 comments:

claire barone art said...

wow what a cool thing to make they look brilliant xx

Cris said...

How cute!! Did you drill the holes yourself? Very neat~ Why didn't Susan give ME that book? Shucks!

Cris said...

I just looked at the book under your jewels. I can tell it is illustrated by Lois Lenski, isn't it? Just like one of my childhood favorites, "Betsy, Tacey, and Tibb", that I found years later at a library the same way.

Pease Porridge said...

Ha ha, I guess the library wants to DESTROY her works. Yes, I drilled them myself.

Theanne... said...

You are so clever...you and Cris are so imaginative and soooooo talented!
I might have to have one of these for my keyring...which goes absolutely against what I just commented on someone elses post...that I was only going to buy as gifts for others...LOL That didn't last long did it!

Janine said...

Oh my goodness, I am playing around with bottle caps myselfe, since a friend of me, gave me some bottle- cap- earings she made, inspired by those she saw in southafrica.
However....
You did a great job with them.
cheers
Janine

Julie said...

You have such an amazing imagination...I love these and your new paintings are beauties! I hope you are all having a great winter and New Year. : )

priti.lisa said...

So smart you are! These are brilliant!
xox

Lyn Newhouse said...

Great work! Lovely pieces
Greetings :)