September 20, 2009

Ripoff Artist...

This is an ad from Somerset Home...
prettied-up jars used to store ribbon...
I felt the copycat bug bite!!!




a jelly jar...VOILA!




...bejeweled...



tres fee-fee!!!




an old yogurt jar...




...a charm and a piece of fabric...
(it's actually Royal Winton "Summertime"
fabric...the chintz sickness runs deep! ;)





...doesn't hold much ribbon, but
it's cute!




a Walmart bottle...




..a bit of vintage wallpaper and an
old earring...you thought I wasn't
going to make a pink one? Silly
rabbit!




A very cheap way to make the ribbon
containers you need, look simply
scrump-dilly-itious on you craft
room shelf!











@ TWICE REMEMBERED





And our PINK GIVE AWAY winner is...
Amy at BUNNY ROSE COTTAGE !
Thank you all for playing along! Let's do this
again next month and we promise to ease up on
the pink and we'll have a bit of everything that
will hopefully please everybody!!

43 comments:

  1. scrump-dilly-itious, indeed!

    your creativity never ceases to amaze!

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  2. I think I am feeling the bite of the copy-cat bug now.

    Your jars are very pretty!

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  3. You did an awesome job!!!! Don't you just love doing little projects like this. Sommerset gets me in soooooooooooooo much trouble!!!! Love your use of colors & trims. I need these for buttons. Buttons Buttons, I love Buttons. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Cute! I need me some jars! ♥

    WHO won the give away? Did I get the date wrong?

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  5. You did a beautiful job on those. You took ordinary plain jars and turned them in to gorgeous display pieces that are functional as well... Great job!

    If you get a chance, stop by my Blog for a visit! I just put up a new post...
    Have a great day,
    Aimee

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  6. Love the way you re-cycle !!!!!!
    Kamy

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  7. super cute...i did a couple of those a little while ago with two spice jars that i had...and i love them...mine are shades of white and cream...i like how they look in color...i may have to do a few of those too!!!

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  8. Love it! Wish I was crafty enough to have a craft room shelf. :-) One of these days! These are adorable! Be great to store buttons or safety pins or lots of other goodies. :-)

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  9. Oooh lala! So pretty! Love the bling you have on each one. :) Visiting from Rhoda's party. :)

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  10. Love it! Those Magazines are really great!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  11. OMG! You have created ART from nothing!!! Just beautiful!

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  12. Hey you! This is so adorably cutarumptious!!! I need to do something like this...and I just happened to have some glass jars! Yipee!
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  13. These are so FRILLY pretty! Great for tons of rooms! Craft room, bath, laundry, even the kitchen. I'm catty too...copy catting that is!

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  14. Oh my, these are CUTE! I love the fact that they are so easy to make too! I love the idea and just might have to make some for my things! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. I love the jars! You did such a beautiful job. Wow, you're talented. Great eye!

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  16. Awesome. Love your jars..I have several I have re-done for my craft room also...way to recycle..

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  17. Every great idea must be copied... and I think yours are even better:) Love!
    ~Whitney

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  18. How clever -- I like to reuse things.

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  19. Love all of your pretty jars!
    (and the title of the post!) :)
    Cerri xo
    www.littlepinkstudio.typepad.com

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  20. one more fantastic way to re-use jars...so feminine and beautiful..i see sea salts, bath balls and other pretties finding homes in a set of ribboned jars like these.
    xo

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  21. You ALWAYS make the prettiest things!! What an inspiration you are, always. Every time I come here I am inspired. These are beautiful!!

    I am so ecstatic that I won your AWESOME giveaway!!! Thank you soooo much!! You are so generous and I am honored to have won!!!

    Big Hugs,
    Amy

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  22. Gorgeous! Beautiful photography, too! Thanks for sharing! Artie (Niartist) Color Outside the Lines Blog

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  23. Love that first jar.
    Great job.

    care to share your secret as to where you get that printed twill 'ribbon' trim coming out of your jar??

    blessings
    barbara jean

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  24. So pretty and creative! A jelly jar and a Wal-mart bottle, huh? Gotta love it! Thanks for sharing!

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  25. Those are beautiful!
    Fun project.

    Kimberly :)

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  26. What cute ideas! Have to keep them in mind when I finally get around to our bedroom (Which is supposed to be Shabby Chic)

    http://theshadesofpink.blogspot.com/2009/09/room-month-is-back.html

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  27. Your jars look beautiful! Great job! ~Ashley

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  28. They came out quite lovely and actually I am shocked that anyone would pay someone else to make those for them. It seems quite simple, especially if you're already a Somerset reader. Cause then you'd probably have lots of bits and pieces ready to use for it. Must say I like your better, perhaps you'll have to start a new business venture!

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  29. I love it. there may be a double whammy knock off coming on this one.
    Thank you for participating in the party and inspiring other gals.
    Cheri

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  30. Too cute!!! I may have just been bitten by the copy cat bug too. :-)

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  31. Beautiful jars and bottles, and a great idea. Thanks for sharing

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  32. Your embellished jelly jars a just lovely! I especially love the one with the aqua glittered tag...so pretty!

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