Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Halloween Charm Exchange....

(my charm created from a section of wooden ruler, chain, beads, stamped mother-of-pearl bead, tulle, wire, solder and jump rings)
Join me today for a Halloween Charm Exchange Blog Hop.
Thespa of Vintiquities Workshop hosted the exchange.
Make 15 charms and receive 15 back.
The variety this year was very fun!
Skulls. Spiders. Love Potion. Eyes...and the list goes on...
I don't actually plan on making a charm bracelet to wear.
I'm more of a decorate-with-jewelry type of gal, so these will find a home on journals, bottles, and around my office as decor. They'll fit right in with my Nightmare Before Christmas theme!
Thanks everyone for participating and sharing your talents!
Happy Halloween.....
Lexi Grezner - The Shabby Calavera
Thespa McLaughlin - Vintiquities Workshop
Kathy Thompson - Katalina Jewelry
Deb Patrick - Artziehodgepodge
Ginger Swanson - GingerJabber 
Marilou Bain - side one 
Marilou Bain - side two 
Angela Blasingame - Hopemore Studio 
Jeanne Gripp - Wildwoodsartstudio
Lynn Stevens - Trashtotreasureart 
Sandy Babb - Quillcottage 
Heather Williams - Heathersheartnwings 
Virginia Abshire - virginiasscrappingboutique 
Dana James Designs - danasjewelrydesign
Tammy K


Lexi said...

I like your idea of incorporating them into different projects! Your charmies are super cute!!
Hugs Tina!

Thespoena McLaughlin said...

Me too, love the idea of using them here and there! Happy Halloween!

Sandy said...

Thank you for participating in the swap, I adore the charm I got from you! I am using my charms tomorrow night at a party, tying them on mug handles to use as identifying charms, then who knows. Happy Halloween!

Lynn Stevens said...

Love the charm I got from you. This was an Awesome swap. Have fun using your new charms.
Happy Halloween!!

Marilou Bain said...

Happy Halloween Tina, great post and great swap, thanks for my charm, I love it!
Hugs Marilou

ArtZhodgepodge said...

Happy Halloween.. love how you used the ruler.. Have fun incorporating your charms.

Jeanne said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful charm! This was such a fun swap! Happy Halloween! :0)

Katalina Jewelry said...

Tina, your creativity never ends! I loved your charm!! Have fun finding ways to use your charms.

Hopemore Studio said...

Tina, this was a blast, thanks for the encouragement to play along!


Heather Williams said...

Tina ~ What a great idea to use your charms in different projects! I'm going to do something a little different as well...I'm planning on adding mine to a handmade metal link chain that I will then hang in my window, as window jewelry. Thank you for sharing! ~H♥~

P.S. I didn't happen to receive one of your charms...however, I'm happy to see it here! :)

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