Tuesday, July 19, 2011
This is a new necklace and pieced earring set. It is still new in the original box. The necklace has a
16 inch chain with a 3 inch extension. Brand name is east5th. This set will be great for you or for a gift. Remember Christmas is right around the corner. I don't know what the set is, but it is a watery blue with prism cut. Very pretty. This whole set can be yours for $15.00.
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
These labels are in fantastic shape. The Don't Worry - Northwest Applies label is 9 3/4 x 10 1/2 inches.
The Raggedy Ann Label is 4 x 9 3/4 inches.
The Red Wagon label is 4 x 12 3/4 inches.
The Old Black Joe Label is 4 x 9 1/4 inches.
Each label is $6.00. Remember - no additional postage if you ship in the United States.
Monday, July 4, 2011
You will note there are three little mop top Raggedies. These are made from old light bulbs. They stand on a shelf easily You can get one mop top for $8.00. Now if you want all three and can use them yourself or give them to other Raggedy Collectors for gifts, you can have all 3 (done in one payment and one shipment for $20.00.
Sorry that the writing is so little. It's repeated here for your ease in reading.
Ceramic elephant done in 2009 and signed by artist. It is approximately 2 inches with silver tone wire wrap. I will include ball neckace (not shown) so you can wear it immediately. This handmade necklace can be yours for $8.00.
This is an original charm bracelet. It has beads and charms. It is to remind you to take time to smell the flowers. This is an original bracelet and can be yours for $15.00. It would make a great gift or a great addition to your jewelry collection. There are two pictures to give you more exposure to the details. It is about 6 1/2 inches long.
This is an original bracelet. It has beads, mostly in black and blue. It has a cross and a charm that says "follow your dreams". It is about 7 1/2 inches long.
It would make a great gift or a lovely additional to your jewelry collection;
It can be yours for a grand total of $15.00.
Sunday, July 3, 2011
Saturday, July 2, 2011
I'm sure you have a piece or pieces of silver in your closet. A great find from a yard sale, a gift from a great aunt or an inheritance. It doesn't get used because it is so much trouble to clean. I have found a tip for keeping your silver and silver plate clean. First tip - use it. Second tip is an easy alternative. Use heavy duty Aluminum Foil and line your sink with it. Put in silver. Add 1 cup of Tide powder (not liquid) and HOT, HOT, HOT water (I use boiling water). Pour water over silver and Tide and let it sit until the water is cold. Wash silver and you're ready to use it.
You will notice that there is a chain on the sheet and it cleaned beautifully. The pendant was not put into the very hot water, but soaked a few minutes after the water cooled. Didn't want to break the stone or loosen the stone. Be very careful with jewelry pieces that have insets.
Say tuned for the launching of the yard sale. Shhh ... there will be a few items added on the 3rd to check how everything is working. I love early birds at yard sales.
This post will link Monday with Susan's Metamorphosis Monday on http://www.betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com/.
with Keeping It Simple on Monday with www.craftskeepmesane.blogspot.com