Welcome To The 87th Masterpiece Monday!


I finally figured out what to do with my styrofoam head, yay! There were so many times I was going to get rid of this, but a tiny voice in my mind kept telling me to hang onto it. I made her into a jewelry holder.
She was missing the tip of her nose, so first I had to do some reconstructive surgery. I used some spare styrofoam, toothpicks and glue, not too bad.
I started decorating her with squares of an old sewing pattern and glue.
When I was finished, I thought she needed something more.....
I went trough my stash of printed tissue paper,
and printed napkins.
Oh my, I had so much fun, I couldn't stop!
I gave her butterfly eyelashes, lot's of them! And a rose blossom mouth.
A bit of industrial chic as well.
I'm keeping her in my craft room, to hold various pieces of jewelry I make.






I decorated the crown area with some of my broach collection.
Some turquoise earrings I made,
Here's a bracelet I made out of bits and pieces.
And a few more pieces I made a while ago.

Organizing can be fun and free, I didn't spend a cent making this.

Boogieboard Cottage

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15 comments:

  1. What a great idea and then 'making it happen' for the head. Love the butterflies and roses especially. Thanks for hosting.
    Joy

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  2. Thanks for a great party!
    Have a fantastic weekend!

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  3. too cute - love these kinds of make-overs! Esther

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  4. Gosh, that is such a cute idea! It's a natural!

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  5. The head turned out so fun! Thanks for hosting :)
    Susan

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  6. mary,

    I like that you displayed vintage jewelry on yours. I decoupaged mine ( 3 of them) and addded lace collars and cameo's and used the hole in the bottom of each to place them on a coat stand and displayed some of my Victorian hats on them...

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  7. That must have been SO MUCH FUN to make! :)

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  8. You really turned nothing into something one of a kind beauty! What a creation!...Christine

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  9. Mary...I love this...The Re-constructive Surgery was perfect...Thanks so much...
    Blessings, Becky

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  10. Turned out cute! I used to have one of these, but have no idea what I did with it. Way too many years ago. LOL Now I wish I still had it. I"d use it for a hat stand.

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  11. Thanks so much for hosting! Life to the full, Melissa

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  12. Hi Mary, I'm new here. Glad to meet you. I'm Leslie from Gwen Moss blog, linking up at #71. Thanks for making this possible.

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  13. What a lovely creation, Mary! Thanks for hosting!...hugs...Debbie

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  14. Thanks for hosting a fun party!

    Hugs, Jody

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