Saturday, 26 May 2007

ibreakplates



Giving new life to old plates, buttons, glass, and anything else in her way is how iBreakPlates creates her stunning jewelry. Have a peek t her blog for more great products http://craftherapy.blogspot.com/

11 comments:

Juliet said...

Thanks! Love this blog, glad to be included!

sweetyprize.etsy.com said...

I love your blog! I have a lot of items like this in my shop http://sweetyprize.etsy.com too, it is always so wonderful to see what other folks are using to make unique things! Beautiful!

wren. said...

Oh wow this is awesome. Fantastic blog! I recycle everything I can! :) I focus mainly on vinyl records and paint. :) vinylmonster.etsy.com

Eva Khoury said...

Hi Juliet,

I am off and running with my blog (as of today) thanks to you and it will feature the trials and stumblings of a new store owner trying to find eco-friendly items in Baltimore. See it at earth alley.blogspot.com.

Constance said...

I have a "broken plate" necklace and I love it! It's quite a conversation starter and oh, so chic!

Emilie B said...

So gorgeous! :)

mikesac said...

These are lovely designs created from ole materials.I am amazed at the flow of creative ideas.Love this use of old plates...

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Jessica said...

This post just makes me think about all of the jewelry or trinkets I could have had, had I only thought of this when my son dropped the cup or I threw that dish at my husband! JK! Honestly, your creativity is inspiring!

mikesac said...

That is a lovely way to reclaim a lost plate and a great way to use and recycle the element.It is so beautifully done and is mind blowing.I am sure to look into the blog and collect some from there.
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and this is peak said...

This is such a great idea!!

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