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July 29, 2010


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For something to be a considered an antique it has to be at least 25 years old. I think to for somsthing to be considered vintage the sale price has to be marked up at least 20% or more than the old and used thrift store price :)


It is so important to carve out some time to be creative. Sounds like a great day!! The earring are very cool and you will be sylin' in NY!! I love to make jewelry also. I really don't know what I am doing and have been toying with taking a class. There is nothing like a unique, cool necklace or earrings that you can proudly say "I made it/them!".

Stephanie B. Cornais

I love to sew as my creative outlet! And I love, love, love recycling and refashioning things, like an old shirt of mine into a dress for my daughter. A friend of mine makes jewelry and I recently gave her a bunch of necklaces that I don't wear anymore but would hate to give away, and she is going to refashion them for me, can't wait to see the final product!

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I love the "green" jewelry! I've just stumbled across your blog today...and have had fun reading your posts! I've been making "green" art for a couple years now, using things such as old vintage lace, old book pages, and vintage book covers to make beautiful collage and assemblages pieces, to give as gifts and to sell. I also enjoy making little "story boxes" out of those paper jewelry boxes that everyone seems to keep around the house (for years!).
Thanks for the inspiring blog posts!

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