Some of my jewelry creations.
I cut up some vintage sheet music and filled up this large glass jar.
The top is missing, so I replaced it with a hand painted vintage bowl - a perfect fit. The picture holder next to the jar was made from a tennis racket frame, sheet metal, jewelry scraps, and vintage buttons with
magnets to hold the picture in place.
I glued bits and pieces of vintage jewelry along the top rim of the shells.
My table of silver, painted trays, and a bud vase made from
a stamp holder and laboratory tubes.
Booths were packed full of fabulous treasures.
Miss Mannequin is so relieved that she's been adopted by a very happy shopper.
It was late in the day when I finally had a chance to make my way through The Tattered House. I love this place.....so much vintage goodness. Sandy and Erika are the proprietors of this amazing little cottage/antique shop. They are also the organizers of The Roseville Antique Market held in April and September. Thank you both and your Tattered Team for all your hard work. I took the following pictures of the beautiful treasures at The Tattered House.........
The back porch. I could sit and relax out here all day.
Ain't it the truth?
No, the picture isn't upside down....it's a shelf.
Beads, mirrors, doorknob, statue, books, oh my!
Love the skateboard, it looks like driftwood.
Thank you, we always feel welcome.
This week I'm linking up my vintage treasures with The Colorado Lady