Champagne Glass Christmas Tree

November 16th, 2008 in member junk     
Chovey Chovey, member
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You know all of those stem glasses at garage sales, that people practically beg YOU to take?  Well, here is the result of collecting over the summer.  Another reuse, recylce, practically free, tree!!!


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Comments (7)

Chovey writes: fellowjunker: That 'grate' thingy was actually made for me by Ki, in one of previous 'junk swaps'. It is actually a large solid piece of wood molding. JH says the littly thingy's on the front are old screen door latches. Ingenious, huh? It is one of my fav pieces to decorate with.

junkartqueen: I'll try and take a pic without the light, but the glasses really blend in with the green tree without the lights. I would have liked to have done another white tree with these glasses. I've received a lot of compliments on this tree, too.

Candy: great idea about adding wording to the ribbons!

Thanks again all! Posted: 6:37 pm on November 17th
kopykatkim writes: Very elegant! Love the creativity of it and who could'nt use another wine glass? Love it !
Kim Posted: 11:17 am on November 17th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: This is so pretty! And I love LuAnn's idea about guests removing their own glass to celebrate. You could even add little wishes for the New Year, or Christmas, tied to each glass with the ribbon.

Very creative!

Candy Posted: 8:59 am on November 17th
junkartqueen writes: Fabulous tree..and I have a ton of those glasses and no idea what I could use them for.. Do you have a pic with the lights off, I can't really see the glasses with the lights on...but it is so lovely!! Posted: 8:08 am on November 17th
fellowjunker writes: Ingenious!!! What is attached to the front of the grate that the fan is sitting on?
xojanis Posted: 12:10 am on November 17th
LuAnn writes: Great!!! This would be really cool on New Year's Eve to have guest take their own glass off the tree!!

LuAnn Posted: 8:23 pm on November 16th
suewhitney writes: Wow, I don't know how this slipped by me! You did a fabulous job with this tree. Thanks so much for sharing. You've been busy!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 8:04 pm on November 16th
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