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October 19th, 2008 in member junk     
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Having some computer and camera issues so these pictures are the best I can do (I have no idea how to change the orientation of the picture). Thanks to those of you who were interested in seeing more.  These are my own take on some old silverware chimes I saw years ago.  I use creamers, sugarbowls and teapots and old silverplate utensils, then add beads and crystals and top everything off with a vintage brooch or earring.  So easy to make and everyone seems to love them.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Junk Style
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Comments (7)

ilovetobemom writes: May I ask what type of drill bit you use to drill into silver?
Thank you,
I love your silver work!
Crystal Posted: 12:38 pm on March 4th
byabpryor writes: Stunning! Just stunning! Posted: 10:42 pm on September 8th
lovecrafting writes: Fabulous!!! I LOVE windchimes and have been looking for new ideas. Thank you for sharing! Posted: 9:47 am on October 25th
KimberlyMelamed writes: Even fuzzy, these are beautiful! Posted: 9:52 pm on October 21st
junkinhart writes: Oh, now I get it!! Those are great!! Those silver pots are everywhere at yard sales........they get dirty and people almost give them away instead of cleaning..... and with all the shiny, those would look wonderful in the sunlight! Posted: 8:19 am on October 20th
CottageElements writes: These are beautiful. I'm sure they're spectacular when the sun hits them. Thanks for sharing!

Lanette Posted: 10:53 pm on October 19th
MimiToria writes: Thanks for reposting more details for the chime. I just posted a request for more on that too, as I'm just getting back to the site after a long week-end out of state. You've shared some great posts.
As for changing the orientation if you just move your mouse over various icons on the top of your photo edit page, it usually will write on the screen what that icon does. If you still can't get it to change for you, than it might be a site resizing issue. Otherwise, we can just tilt our heads every once in a while when this happens in a post. I've seen it happen before, and it did it once on one of my photos I was trying to use and I ended up trying a different photo that time.
Gretchen Posted: 10:16 pm on October 19th
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