Friday, January 11, 2013

Industrial Chic Tiara

I guess you could call this tiara, "Industrial Chic".

I designed it with a vintage tin light backer,

and a strip cut from a vintage screen.

After lots of manipulation,

and the addition of pearls,

My vision was complete.

I added a couple rhinestones to each side to disguise holes.

This tiara has a completely different vibe than my other three creations,

but I love it.

I still have lots of screen.  Already playing with other designs.  See ya soon.

Sharing With:
Funky Junk Interiors: Saturday Nite Special
French Country Cottage: Feathered Nest Friday
Common Ground: Be Inspired


  1. Hi Rosemary,
    Another one of a kind!
    Love the pearls and tin flower...
    Good for you!
    All the Best,

  2. This is such a cute, clever idea...I love all of your tiaras! Hopped over from VIF...I'm a new follower!

  3. Love the pearls on it, Rosemary. I was happy to get an email saying a very special cherub plaque will be in my home soon! Can't wait to see it.

  4. I think it looks like the Roaring 20''s groovy.

  5. I'll say it again, you are a genius! That white one with the sparklies is calling out to me!
    Love them.

  6. Amazing Rosemary,
    I have done some crown similar using old lamp parts. You amaze me with what you create at such a pace no one can keep up with.

    What will you think of next??

    Thank you my sweet friend for taking the time to visit adding joy to my night.

    See you and what next you will inspire soon.


  7. I love how you start a new thing and just go full steam ahead with it--you are now becoming the tiara queen!

  8. I love this one Rosemary! I'm still amazed about the cherub head you molded though.

  9. Another clever creation Rosemary! This last tiara has a look of Restoration Hardware.

  10. The crowns are amazing! What a gift you have. You've done yourself proud once again.

  11. Hi Rosemary,
    Your tiara turned our beautiful. The screen works perfect. Love the white one too as I see the base of a vintage lamp shade within it. Just awesome.
    Happy Creaing!
    Celestina Marie

  12. Love it Rosemary! Adore the whites ones! I think your perseverance is inspiring...I could use some more of that!

    You are just so clever!

  13. How cute! Industrial, chic and funky! Hugs, Leena


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