Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Guess the Mystery Thing: An Ornate Silver Flower Pendant.

Whee!  I think it's time for a brand new round of GUESS THE MYSTERY THING!  Anyone can play.  Yes, anyone!  Just take a gander at my latest upcycled necklace:



And see if you can guess the mysterious secret ingredient.  In this case, the oddly shaped, semi-flowery, silvery base of the pendant.  What is that doohick?  I know some of you will recognize it...especially, perhaps, some of my European readers.  It's sort of an Old World Mystery Thing.




How it works: Leave your guess in the comments.  There will be two winners: first correct guess and one random guess.  That's right, a random winner!  So even if you're stumped, guess anyway - you could still win.

This giveaway is open to anyone, anywhere.  (You don't even have to be a follower of the blog, although I would lurve it if you were.) 

The one and only rule: 

1.  If your email isn't available in one click from an online profile, be sure to include your email address with your guess.

Ready?  Set!  Guess the Mystery Thing!




UPDATE: THIS CHALLENGE IS NOW CLOSED - THANKS FOR PLAYING, EVERYBODY!

32 comments:

  1. hmmm..another MYSTERY...Good!
    well i think its a cupcake mold type something !! any foil or silver mold which usually used for baking..!!

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  2. It's either one of those little nipple-shaped things that cover the screw on a ceiling light, or a teeny tiny cupcake liner.

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  3. It looks like one of those old flash bulb bases, like you use on an old camera of course!

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  4. It sure is a cutie! Hmm, looks to me like one of those little tart molds.

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  5. Is it a teeny one-person jello mould? Or something?

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  6. Robocop's contact lense

    Gimpynoodle@gmail.com

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  7. Looks like a drip catcher for a candle. Especially if it was made for the very tiny and skinny kind of candle.

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  8. Could it be one of the jingles from a tambourine?

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  9. It's a thing with which to clip candles onto a Christmas tree. I'm quite sure of that because I use them every Christmas. ;-)

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  10. It looks like a tiny ashtray to me.

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  11. Sorry I miss the last post..Hmm.. this look something like a bottle cap? Or a special sea shell use by mermaid for their compact powder?

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  12. it looks like a saucer that fits on a Christmas tree candle clip to prevent the wax from dripping all over the tree . In Europe they still used real candles on their trees. (with close supervision of course)
    if not that then a really big bead cap
    deb4tin@gmail.com

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  13. I am going to guess some kind of aluminum measuring spoon or device of some sorts!

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  14. My real guess is a butter mold. But my fun guess is a "cover" for robot strippers (you can decide what it covers)

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  15. It's a reflector for a small light bulb. We used to have some on our Christmas tree lights.

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  16. Satellite dish for a dollhouse.

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  17. It looks like the foil liner from the little tart like candles.

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  18. I think it's a mini tinplate cooking mold.

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  19. Frisbee for a Madam Alexander doll!

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  20. Foiled jellyfish? How cruel! And those tassel "tentacles" just add insult to injury.

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  21. it's definitely a reflector for Christmas tree candle or ligth, but that's already been guessed so...
    I say its a jock cup for a leprechaun, hiding a pot of gold is dangerous work...

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  22. Is it bottle cap of some sort?

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  23. Maybe a bottle cap or a wee eschutcheon...or

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  24. Some of the Tin Man's spare parts? :)

    shainadyson (at) gmail.com

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  25. Foil candy wrapper from a delicious filled chocolate.
    Jaymie.welch@yahoo.com

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  26. Hi, Mich here! No more guesses, please, I am ending the game at this point. Reveal coming soon!

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  27. I guess I need an eye test to guess this mystery. It looks like a bulb and you formed it like a flower... :)

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