Welcome to the 2015 Ornament Exchange!
This is my first time participating with over 80 bloggers who are creating and exchanging ornaments.
Earlene at My Pinterventures is hosting the exchange, and over 14 days in November we will be sharing our creations. Some chose to share a shopping trip and I know that will be fun too!
I love to go to flea markets, thrift stores, and antique shops. When I find a bargain, I take it and figure out what to do with it later. These old keys were one of those, and I have already used them to embellish picture frames, and birdhouses. I had a few left, and decided to use them to create my repurposed Christmas Ornaments.
Old rhinestone jewelry was accumulated at various estate sales, with hopes of creating some jewelry. It didn’t cost much, so I didn’t mind disassembling it.
What you will need for your project:
Rhinestone jewelry pieces.
These are so easy to make. Separate pieces of the jewelry that will fit your keys.
And then glue on. Allow to dry overnight.
These keys are an ornament that you can use all year long. After it comes off of the tree, you can use on your key ring, hang it off your purse, or put it on a chain for a one of a kind necklace.
I am sharing this Ornament Exchange Day with 3 fellow bloggers. Be sure and head on over to their blogs and see what they have created.
My exchange partner was Jami at An Oregon Cottage. Hope she likes them!
You can follow the other bloggers over the next few weeks for even more great ideas.
Want your very on keys with bling?
You can find them on my etsy shop
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