Sunday, December 14, 2008

Show and Tell Monday






This is my transformation project this week. I bought these white jewelry displays from a Mervyns going out of business sale. They were only $2.00 each, but a little beat up and dirty. So I decided I could fix these up. I love doing this and I think it may be a new addition to my website. I have also been fou fouing up any dress forms I can find also. They were for my own display purposes but I have had a great response to this idea, so I am going to run with it and see what I come up with. Have great week. Until next time.......................gail

22 comments:

Nancy A.Reffle said...

Gail, I love your Jewelry Displays!!

cathy said...

I love how you showed the transformation process! They turned out so beautiful! You do have a knack for it!

Marie said...

Gail,
Your displays are like Cinderellas (and you are their fairy godmother). I love them all, but I think the blue one with the tassels is the prettiest. You did an amazing job.
Marie

Miniature Patisserie Chef said...

Hi Gail,

You are so talented and creative! I love what you did to that jewelry display. I am sure having that to display jewelry is going to be eye catching! I foresee they are going to sell out!
What a great job!

Pei Li

lisa said...

Gail

The new jewelry displays are so pretty. What a great way to showcase your pretties.

Lisa
www.palepinkandroses.com

Susan - My Vintage Charm said...

You are so creative! This is a great idea! You can also design these to match a shop owners decor.

Carolee Crafts said...

what a brilliant idea so much prettier than plain white, be careful as buyers may want the mannequins as well, they would make a lovely accessory to display your lovely creations.

Francie of The Scented Cottage said...

oooh love what you did with those displays !!!

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hey email me your new address...

Susan said...

Great displays...it really attracts the eye! Speakiing of Mervyn's--does not exist in this area--but they were bought out by Kohl's (they are in this area)...
Susan *dutchrose*

Michelle (Shell) May said...

Hey Gail,
These are just adorable! You took them from drab to fab!
bunny kisses,
shell

Inka Thomas said...

Hi Gail,
Ohhh, I love those jewelry displays. You did a great job on them!
Inka

EileenandKaren@forgetmenotdreams said...

What a great idea Gail! I wish you tons of sales! Thanks for stopping by my blog too!
Hugs,
Eileen
www.forgetmenotdreams.com

Rachelle of Anna's Illuminaries said...

What a great idea! You did a wonderful job. I'll have to visit your site when I get a chance.
Rachelle

Shabby Shan said...

I love your jewelry displays! You are so creative! I know they will be a hit!

Happy Holidays!
Shannon
www.shabbyshanscottage.com

Lilli Blue said...

WOW! Great job. And congrads on the big win! whoo hoo! Lilli

Debbie said...

Hi Gail.....I love love love them! They should have names!!! :)

Holiday hugs,
Debbie

Patricia said...

Gail, the step by step is great. Could this be your first article??They are really pretty, nice job. I have always loved your froufrou dress forms, the one at Retreat was so beautiful.

Pat
www.patriciarose-apotpourriof.blogspot.com

Shabby in Pink Boutique said...

Wow Gail! What a deal and you made them so pretty!
Wishing you a Merry Christmas & Happy New Years!
Pink Wishes,
Stephanie

Prim and Sassy Cottage said...

I love those! I collect small dress forms so I can't wait to check yours out. Kathleen

Susie said...

Wow Gail! Those are just lovely! Perfect for your jewels. At first I thought they were hats (looking down at hats). You did a wonderful job glaming them up!
Susie
The Polka Dot Rose

Brenda Pinnick said...

These are just fabulous! What a great idea, so inspired!
Perfect for showing off your wonderful jewelry...you were in the right place at the right time!

Have a nice holliday,
Brenda Pinnick

KimberlyRyanDesigns said...

Totally genius! How a wonderful Idea... Thanks so much for stopping by my paris rags blog! Hugs, Kimberly