12 February 2011

WOW! Customers' Projects Using SilverCrow Stuff

We just love it when we get pictures of the wonderful projects people make using our stuff! Sometimes it's a giant project. Sometimes it's a tiny one. People make assemblages, miniatures, jewelry and, of course shrines. Here are a few of the projects folks have sent us. And, we've put the items they used on Blog Special for a few days, too!

Liz Petro (aka Far Field Designs on Etsy) designed this lovely necklace featuring a vintage Saint Joan of Arc medal. That's our silver-plated hand pendant connector holding the pendant! It's great for earrings, pendants (as you can see) and lots of other stuff, too! Check out the rest of Far Field's store - she has lots of classic, modern and very special items - truly inspirational!

One of our favorite bloggers, Mel Kolstad of Ephemeraology fame, created this cool ATC with our vintage plastic blackbirds. With a name like SilverCrow, you know that we love blackbirds of all types - in song, on paper, in plastic, and especially in silver!
Mel also created this wonderful vignette with some of our Little People. We're not sure which size she used, so we've decided to make the Blog Special feature our Medium Little People. We're quite taken with tiny things and miniature works of art, so her vignette is doubly pleasing. You can check out all of our Little People & Things for other neat miniatures.


Jo Spears, who loves all things Victorian, loves our Black Dresden Cones - and uses them to make nosegays. But, sometimes, she places them just right and voilĂ  - an extra special vase and flower display (and tulips are our favorite!) We planted a long, long row of tulips when we first moved to SilverCrow's new location and they are finally naturalizing - spring just isn't arriving quickly enough for us.

We have lots more to show off and we'll be adding them soon. For more projects, check out our previous customer project posts: Four Leaf Clover Necklace and other Great Stuff from our Customers!

2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for featuring my necklace, Annie!

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  2. I love this blog, thanks so much for featuring my Joan of Arc necklace, Annie. Love your hand connectors, very versatile!

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