Handmade for the Holidays!


Happy Wednesday, Friends! I've been busy as a bee crafting handmade gifts for the holidays. I know many of you enjoy giving handmade gifts, whether you shop for that special something or make it yourself, so today I'm sharing my latest creations.


Repurposed vintage jello mold quilted star ornaments



I love the ornate, almost lace-like rims of these vintage milk glass plates and thought they would be charming stenciled whether displayed individually or added to a gallery wall. Available


stenciled decorative milk glass plates


Another stenciled project from my vintage collection, this one a Meakin English Staffordshire platter. Isn't the border design pretty?  Available

stenciled vintage Meakin platter



I shared my first repurposed vintage hanger for herb drying earlier this year.  It's been popular, so I decided to offer a slightly different version. This one is chalk painted and stenciled farm fresh. Available


repurposed vintage herb drying hanger


I used quite a bit of tulle for Christmas decorating last year and have been wanting to try my hand at a wreath. After scoring a bolt of tulle at a thrift store, I was ready to get busy. I added another recent find, this fun pom-pom garland that makes me think of sparkly snowballs. This pure white tulle wreath with just a little sparkle would make a lovely wedding decoration or the perfect winter wonderland holiday wreath.  Available


Winter wonderland tulle wreath



You know my fondness for vintage jello molds and I held onto these stars for awhile until I was inspired to get crafty when I found some wonderful antique quilt scraps at a yard sale a few months ago.  The star shaped molds provide the perfect frame for the lovely time worn pieces creating a rustic farmhouse style ornament that I purposely kept simple so that it could be displayed any time during the year.  There are five Available


repurposed vintage jello mold quilted star ornaments


Just a reminder, on Saturday sweet Jemma from At Home with Jemma will be featuring Secret Garden Herbs as one of her Christmas Etsy shops. For the feature, I'm offering a 20% discount and for those of you who want to shop Thrift Store Addiction, I'm extending the discount starting today! To keep it simple, use the same coupon code for both shops JEMMASFEATURE. Just remember to watch for the coupon box at check out! 


Happy shopping! 

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14 comments:

  1. Awe...love all the creations. So pretty. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  2. Such beautiful work, Cecilia! Your quilted ornaments are darling and your platter is just lovely--perfect for the holidays :)

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  3. Those are all wonderful, Cecilia! I'm not sure what I like the best but the wreath just might be it! I love that Jemma is featuring different shops!

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  4. I love the stenciled items, and that old hanger is great. I remember having those when I was a kid growing up. The stars are darling.:) xoKathleen Charm Bracelet Diva {At Home}

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  5. You HAVE been busy !!! the tulle wreath is so pretty and I love the GRATEFUL platter. I have one little lone saucer with that pattern because I love the color. So sweet of Jemma to feature your Secret Garden Herbs Etsy shop. Congratulations.

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  6. Those are so sweet Cecilia! Can't decide what I like best...the jello mold ornaments or the tulle wreath. Both are very nice & attractive!

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  7. Lots of pretties that anyone would love Cecilia! I have some of those star molds that I have been holding on to as well. I also have a stack of those hangers. I thought I might do something with them for my quilting friends. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  8. All your finds are Awesome! The star molds are my favorite :)

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  9. Lots of beautiful pretties to be seen here. The tulle wreath is a concoction of loveliness and those jelly molds are perfect.

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  10. Cecilia, That quilting works so well with the vintage jelly moulds and I love the green stencilled platter. Sylvia D.

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  11. I am always awed by your finds and your talents. Those milk glass plates are stunning...

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