Friday, July 9, 2010

From skirt to tattered lace wristlet!

Remember this skirt that I found at the Goodwill?

I cut off the trim at the top of the skirt and
used part of it to make this wristlet.

I love the tattered look so I didn't want to add
a lot of embellishment.

I added a snippet of vintage lace and a tattered rose that I made and wa la...a wristlet was born!

I even utilized the snaps on it to fasten it together.
I am thinking now that I might make a tinier rose to
cover up the snap...but for right now,
it is what it is and I love it!

I even have enough trim left over to make one
or two more. This was a simple and fun project
that I really enjoyed!

Have a wonderful weekend! Blessings~

9 comments:

Isabelle - Suzy's Vintage Attic said...

It is really pretty!
Have a lovely weekend
Isabelle x

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

This is just gorgeous, Sandi! I love it!
Have a great weekend!
Hugs,
Julia

Julie Marie said...

Hi Sandi, that is so beautiful! It reminds me of something pretty my great~grandmother would wear... xoxo Julie Marie

Marydon said...

G'morn sweet friend ~ Sandi, I love the utensil vessel, clever idea.

Now that wristlet is 2D4 ... I'd cover the snap also ... tho gorgeous either way. You are soooo creative.

Have a lovely weekend.
Hugs, Marydon

Sweet Old Vintage said...

Oh Sandi... that wouls be really charming in a ankle cuff.

A Cottage Muse said...

Have a wonderful weekend Sandi ~ maybe your honey will take you out so you can show off that pretty wristlet!!

June said...

Sandy I think you made such great use of the skirt. The cuff is so pretty. I have really been wanting to make some cuffs. I think you have inspired me.
hugs

Villblomsten said...

Beatifull !! :-)

Amanda Kaake said...

Beautiful, just beautiful~