Take a little peek at these upcycled jewels.
They are done in the 'cha-cha' style, which just means a bunch of little beads-on-headpins, all clustered onto a surface.
The mystery: what's the base for these cha-chas? I'm talking about that flat gray surface with small raised loops.
This one might be the toughest Mystery Thing ever. So tough, I'm going to show you the back.
First person to guess correctly will receive a fabulous prize! (Namely, one of these pretty little cha-chas jewels. OR a groovy goodie bag of random crafty supplies.)
How it works: leave your guess in the comments. There'll be two winners: first correct guess and a random winner. That's right, I said random winner - so even if you don't know (or think someone else already got it), you could still win. If your guess is funny, it might make my Most Creative Honor Roll.
This giveaway is open to anyone, anywhere. C'mon, join in!
THE ONE AND ONLY RULE
1. UNLESS YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS IS ONE CLICK AWAY IN AN ONLINE PROFILE, PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS WITH YOUR GUESS.
Ready? Set! Guess the Mystery Thing!
p.s. if you happen to be of the tweeting persuasion, I sometimes provide a clue via Twitter if the mystery proves just too tough.
UPDATE: THIS CHALLENGE IS NOW CLOSED - THANKS FOR PLAYING, EVERYBODY! CHECK MY NEXT POST FOR THE THRILLING REVEAL.
I think they are Barbie's belts....ReplyDelete
Skeletons again! This time from someone's big toothy gums.ReplyDelete
You know those Popsicle sticks that hooded teenage hoodlums use these days to eat homemade blood pops? Well, you found a dropped one that they made with boogers and blood, resulting in the white and flat grey/gray colors. They usually cut slits in them and raise them, so they can sell these to poor people to torment their already sufficient lack of money. Creative of you, Mich. Now, to the business. Where'd you get 'em?????ReplyDelete
여정 박 훠 马怡 园だれかがいったしあわせのなるためReplyDelete
head spinning again!ReplyDelete
OMG I think I know and no one else has guessed it yet!?!? House siding?!ReplyDelete
Okay, I want to be more specific since others are trying to guess the same, it's soffit, it's what goes along the under part of the overhang of your roof.Delete
something used to hang up a curtain ?ReplyDelete
I was going to guess shelving brackets...but I think Lisa W. is right.ReplyDelete
I'm going with the plastic backing used to strap toys in their boxes with rubber bands.ReplyDelete
Angi Mullis firstname.lastname@example.org
It's a piece from house siding possibly to go over a pipe or something.ReplyDelete
From a plastic hair accessory or Barbie bouquetReplyDelete
Packaging material for barrettes or bobbypinsReplyDelete
Haven't got a clue...can't even think of anything cleverReplyDelete
I'm going with the top attachment area of vinyl siding or venting. Or orthodontia from the cast of The Planet of the Apes.ReplyDelete
The back of a hair clip. One of those that you pinch and flings itself open. thatbrunette @ email.comReplyDelete
Hi, Mich here - I am ending the game at this point - no more guesses, please. Check the next post for the thrilling reveal...ReplyDelete