Monday, November 29, 2010

Fabulous Glittery Paris Sign!

Hello sweet friends!
I have made some more of these cute Paris chandelier signs!
The first ones sold out in my booth, soooooo, I decided to put one in my Etsy shop!
I took a very ordinary piece of thin brown board and fluffed it up with a Paris sign and a glittery chandelier! At the corner I added a burlap mixed lacy bow!
This sign looks so cute with these fabulous frenchy bottles...
 I also did a neat tall bottle with a vintage French paper label...
 These jars are a fun decorative way to store crafty supplies like buttons, ribbons, paint brushes or vintage wallpaper!
I am partying with Marketplace Monday at Finding Fabulous, click on the link below to see more exciting blog projects!
Be blessed and be a blessing!
Squishy Hugs,


  1. Looks great! Glad they are a hit in your booth! Have a blessed night!

  2. Hi Olivia, I've loved all your creations, but I am fascinated by the bottles, they look so cute! I imagine that will be beautiful in my vanity or any corner, success! blessings, Rose Marie

  3. olivia,This was my first visit to your pretty blog.I enjoyed my stay and will be coming back often because I did become your new follower. I would like it if you drop by and visit me.If you don't mind visiting someone old enough to be your Mom and not near as talented as you.We learn alot from the young let me tell you.Please say hello and if it pleases you of course ,follow.

  4. Hi Olivia ... Such a pretty sign ... no wonder they all SOLD! Very french chic!

  5. Olivia, Your sign looks awesome!! I am so happy that they are selling well for you!!

  6. Olivia, I love the sign! I often do like you, I test a new item in my booth first and then put it in my webstore


  7. What a lovely blog. You are a creative inspiration! LOVE the PINK! :)

    Hugs, Raylene

  8. Oh my, those bottles are to die for. Hope your week is a great one!


  9. So cute bottles, and fabulous sing:))
    Hugs, Biljana


Hello Friend! Thank you so much for stopping by! I love to hear your thoughts! Hugs, Olivia

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