Friday, August 08, 2008

Speaking Of Chickadees......

I've been making some products from my latest vintage tin that you last saw in the below post. The above wall clock is probably my favorite.
Although it looks like metal, the above is really a nice soft, rubber mousepad.
Framed tiles and Jewelry boxes.
Last but not least, felt footed tile coaster sets. This tile was one of my favorites for making home decor pieces from because so much of the tin detail was transferred onto the new products. So far they are available at my ETSY shop: .


Melissa and Emmitt said...

oh ruth!
they are beautiful!
have a great weekend!
m & e

Gail McCormack said...

You are very clever Ruth! Love these ideas and yes doesn't the tin give a wonderful 3 dimensional appearance

ceekay said...

I really like the painting that you did on the ceiling tile. Very pretty!

NeereAnDear said...

Absolutely stunning Ruth!! I like that the design transferred over...

I too think the clock with the black next to it makes the design pop.... GREAT JOB!!!



Donna said...

Love all your crafty products, Ruth! You do wonderful work.


KimberlyRyanDesigns said...

Two of my favorite things, Tins and Little Birdies! You have been busy :) Hope your doing well, Hugs, Kimberly

Marilyn said...

Ruth, these are so unique! Chickadees are actually pretty friendly little birds and one of my favorites. Your painting is perfect, as always!

Abby Creek Art said...

These are great, Ruth! I had to take a second glance at the mousepad because it looks so 3D. I think this will be a really popular image for you. It's one of my favorites too!

Siobhan said...

Hi Ruth, these are just beautiful...I love the little birdy (he's too cute!)

Siobhan xo

Mosaic*Queen said...

How CUTE are these!!!!!!!!!
Great job my friend!!!!!!!!!!!
Hugs to you!


Suzanne said...

How neat! I love the the clock....well, all of them look great!

Catherine Holman said...

Great items and a beautiful picture!

Catherine said...

All very clever Ruth!
And all adorable!
I love the coaster & the clock!
But my fav is still the vintage ceiling tin painting! :)