Rummaging through your charm collection to see what you can find for LESSology Challenge #22: How Charming? Let's be "charmed" by what design team member Kirsty Vittetoe and Yvonne Yam came up with for this challenge! :)
I have had this tiny wooden tray for the longest time...
It used to be the home for these little pegs I bought from Ikea more than 10 years ago, after applying white acrylic paint, now it is time to have some fun....
I picked an old photo of me, my brother and Grandma...
I also dug out this tiny key charm that was buried in my stash pile for more than 10 years
the heart is the negative of my tag die, I coated it with ink and Utee, the result is awesome
this metal charm is one of my all time favorite
Everything is so tiny, I feel like I am playing doll house again
and the scrabble tiles are my best buy when I went to the Brooklyn Flea Market last year
Hope you find some time to play along with us!
Hello there! It's Yvonne here to share my charming creation...*winks*
I started with a wooden box that I spray-painted silver.
Then I added some lace from an old dress, trim and pearls. I applied Ranger distress ink in antique linen to match up all the different white tones. I completed the box with some old charms and bling. :)
There are so many ways you can incorporate charms on your projects and we would love to see what you come up with for LESSology Challenge #22: How Charming! :)