Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Rustic Charms

I am getting them done. I left my soldering iron on and the silver tip disappeared, so I made a trip to Radio Shack and got a little container of re-tinning...so I'm back in business
I better get busy...my glass cutter works soooo well! but the ruler with the non skid back is the key to not letting the glass move
These are meant to be rustic (thats what I'm telling myself...lol)
This is the back side...I'll put this on Etsy. I'm thinking of taking the boards off etsy, reworking them and putting them on Ebay...I do so much better on Ebay

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8 comments:

Karen ~ Cider Antiques said...

Glad you are "back in business" Laurie. Love to see the treasures you make. Karen

Dawn said...

Nice.

Miss Rhea said...

Very Cute !!! I would burn myself if I started playing with one of those !! lol !! You should see the damage I have done to my fingers with the glue gun. :)

just a little bit shabby said...

really adorable!!

TattingChic said...

These are so, so, so, soooooo cute! No, not so-so! LOL! Sooooo very cute! I don't care if you're not a "professional solderer" as you said; these are adorable!

Shari Kraft said...

I am learning this charm craft. I have all the stuff, but haven't started yet. I used to do stained glass, so I know the basics of cutting glass etc. Just love these charms and glass jewelry. Your little birds nests are wonderful

Utah Grammie said...

So, I'm really loving these soldered charms - it is hard to learn to solder? Am I spelling it right? Do you have to know how to spell it to be able to do it? Oh, sooo many questions!teehee
Colleen

vickie said...

Laurie, these are beautiful!
The little sewing machine is so cute.