September 29, 2011

Salt Shaker Snowmen & Snow Women


Whats a girl to do when she finds a whole bag of salt shakers at the thrift store?


She waits patiently, knowing that some fabulously talented blogger will inspire her!
 That blogger is Mamie Jane's.   Go take a look at her snowmen salt shaker's and while you're there, follow her! She is a crafting magician....I'm not just saying this to suck up to her because I copied her idea, I really mean it, this girl can make anything out of nothing!


Mamie Jane's does the whole tutorial


Here's my princess snowman, can you be a princess and a snowman?...I say equal rights for snow women!


I'm going to put them in my booth at Orange Tree after Halloween
and will probably price them between $5-$7


They're a little kitschy but, adorable, fun to make, and would be great little hostess gifts!


I can't believe I am getting Christmas projects done since the temperature here in Orlando has yet to leave the 90's, finally cooler weather is predicted this weekend, I am going to need my sweater if it gets in the 80's!

Happy Creating!
Carol

38 comments:

Bee happy said...

These are so cute!

Bee happy x
Have a delicious day!

Marydon said...

How darling an idea! love them all ... w/have to look for some just to play with. Great gift idea.

TTFN ~
Have a beautiful day ~
Hugs,
Marydon

Denise @ The Rusty Gate said...

You have the best ideas! Now I need to start hunting down some empty shakers! Sue is excited to meet us...I'll let you know Monday!

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

These are so fun to make...very cute! Mamie Jane is quite the inspiration!!

Shannon@Cozy Home Scenes said...

How cute and clever! My Grandmother is like you and Mamie Jane, she can create the cutest things out of simple everyday items. I'm afraid that gene passed by me! It takes extra talent to create snowmen and women in 90degree temps!!----------Shannon

Sherry@Back2Vintage said...

I saw the tutorial over at Mamie's Jane and I can undertand why you re-created them. They are so adorable. Lucky you for finding a whole bag of shakers!!!

Cheryl said...

Don't you just love that Mamie Jane? I did see her blog about the snowmen and now have some salt shakers to give this a try for a couple of shows I have coming up. I love how yours turned out and now I am even more inspired to get them started. Thanks for sharing,
Cheryl

Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbing said...

Ha, those are so cute and so full of personality! Nice job Carol!

laurie said...

oh mygosh how cute is this,, brilliant!

stefanie said...

super cute!!!! its 97 today...I want fall!!!!

Ido said...

Love your snow people, they are adorable! Enjoy your cool weather!
XXX Ido

Ruby Jean said...

Oh Aunt Carol....Those are just SIMPLY adorable...and to think I was talking to you when this Sweet Little Snowman Kingdom was being made...Makes me feel quite SPECIAL.. : ) I will certainly go and check out the Blog of Inspiration... This would also make a GREAT Children's Party Craft....Maybe Plastic Shakers....

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

CUTE!!! Between you and Jane...I just need to get going with my crafts!
Great buys at your first auction!! At my first one I was bidding against MYSELF!! LOL!!
You can keep your heat...it's just beautiful here, a little windy today and the leaves are FAB!!
Warmly,
deb :)

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

Hi Carol,
CUTE snowpeople!!!
Great buys at your first auction! I bidded against myself at my first one! LOL!!!
You should see the leaves...just beautiful!!
Warmly,
deb :)

Jane said...

Hi Carol,
Your snowmen turned out SO cute!! I'm so glad you were inspired to make some. They all have their own personalities with all the cute embellishments.
Thanks for the sweet comments about my blog...you are too kind!!
Hope you get some cooler weather this weekend. We have been enjoying fabulous fall weather here.
Jane

Nancy said...

Carol, I love those! I love even more the crativity behind them. Such a neat idea!

When does it start cooling off there? Ever? I'll think of you this winter, wishing I was in warmer temps!

Nancy

Susan said...

These are wonderfully cute!

Elyse said...

how adorable!!!

xo
elyse

Gina said...

These are really cute!

camp and cottage living said...

Carol
I definitely have to check your friends blog out!
The shakers are cute and look like so much fun to do. My grandaughter and I will have to try making a few. I don't think you'll have any trouble selling them in your booth at all.

Bring Pretty Back said...

Carol, I admit - I love me some kitch!
These are so dang cute they made me giggle! Love em!!!
Have a pretty kitchy day!
Kristin

Createology said...

These are so adorable and I think you will sell out immediately with requests for many more. Fabulous Friday to you...

Marydon said...

Carol, Celeste does beautiful work & is not costly. The forms you found are fabulous. I prefer the wee ones for children & have had her do several for me. Get in touch with Celeste, you'll love her. IF EVER you run across vintage print feedsack fabrics that are in great condition, I buy them. I do not buy the advertising kind tho.

Have a beautiful weekend ~
TTFN ~
Hugs, Marydon

The Altered Bee said...

Darling!

June said...

These are darling Carol!!!!!!!!
Isn't Jane the best inspiration? I just love how her mind works.
hugs

Suzann said...

Carol,
Those snowmen are adorable!!
Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. I AM SO READY FOR COOLER WEATHER. I may even attempt to paint something, we will see.
Enjoy your weekend!!
Suzann ~xoxo~

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh Carol,
These are totally adorable!! And I love your photos--This looks like Dreamland! WOW!!!

I'm so glad you enjoyed the classes~and the rest will be FUN!

XO
Cindy

Dina said...

How fun is that!!! :D

Dina said...

How fun is that!!!! :D

Have a great weekend!

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Wow these are awesome and I look forward to checking out her blog!!

SavannahGranny said...

So adorable! Neat Idea!! Ginger

Celestina Marie Designs said...

Hi Carol,
Oh how incredibly cute and what a fabulous idea. What an inspiration indeed. I can see angel wings for angels and halo, some with ribbon attached for hanging on the tree. Bottoms filled with pretty beads. Oh my, what an inspiring post. Thank you for sharing the talented of an amazing artist.

XO Celestina Marie

Tammy@Beatrice Banks said...

So cute and creative! Amazing what people think of.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

These are so precious! I can't wait to visit her blog! It's finally cooled off here in Florida! Feels so good to open a window tonight! ♥

Debbie said...

Oh my goodness. HOW did I almost miss this? These are so clever and adorable.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I wanted to try to make a couple of these. Did you use the method she used for the heads? I was wondering if there is any easier round head to use! lol I have a couple of containers and some do dads already! Hugs! ♥

Just me said...

These are so cute! I might have to try this one!

BettyJean @ Shabby Tea Party said...

Thank you for the inspiration. Stop by ShabbyTeaParty if you get a moment to see one I made. Hugs,