Ready? Here goes.
From Aunt Peaches: a mega-awesome sugar skull necklace, so simple to create 'cause it's made from iron-on patches.
From My Salvaged Treasures: a plethora of chandelier crystal earrings, upcycled from the wreckage of a vintage fixture she rescued at a flea market:
And a genius one-minute project from The Beading Gem: how to make a crazy easy scarf ring, from just a button and a basic split key ring:
Talented craft addict (and longtime blog reader) Shannon created this wonderful, ethnic-inspired double-tiered necklace:
I just had to show you guys a closeup of those flat green disks. Nuthin' but circles cut out of plastic bottles! Don't they look great, the way she strung them between similar color beads?
The brilliantly frugal Jill over at Creating My Way To Success used two ski clip doohickies as handles on a washable, reusable trash bin liner. Even cooler, the bag is upcycled from a swimming pool salt bag:
Over at Saraccino, I was gobsmacked by these romantic, truly one-of-a-kind folk art bottle cap earrings:
Finally, from The Answer Is Chocolate: Carol delighted me with this very clever off-label use for a Christmas snowflake form. She converted it into a beaded Halloween spiderweb!
So that's what I've been admiring around the web this week. I sure hope you enjoyed these random finds...let me know if you think I should make this a regular feature!
See ya next time.