Saturday, March 3, 2012

Got your number...

I just found these great brass numbered tags, and I'm using two for necklaces for my pal Nancy's daughters. We thought that using these as "Birth Dates" would be fun and significant as a keepsake. I have daughters born in '74 and '80 so I'll be using those two. If you'd like to have these incorporated into one of my pendant necklaces just email me or convo me on Etsy, we can design something one-of-a-kind for you. If you don't see your birth year, let me know anyway, I might be able to get my hands on your special year.

( I DO also have a 99, somehow it didn't make it into the photo)



This one is just an example of how we could make a pendant necklace.
Check out my Etsy Shop for more ideas, I just restocked with new ones.


or this






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22 comments:

  1. Your necklaces are so fun! Do you have 1956?

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  2. Hi Debra

    Lovely lovely is all I can say. Is it not so funny how us gals go crazy over numbers? Have a wonderful weekend

    xoxo
    Kate

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  3. I love those! I sold a set of brass tags recently, but kept one out for myself to make a necklace with.

    I love your necklaces!

    Angie @ Knick of Time

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  4. Those look great Debra! I love charm type necklaces...
    Lorraine

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  5. I see 80, 83 and 86 my daughters birthdays. Do you only have one of each? Looked like the rest were reserved on you Etsy site.

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  6. Hi Debra, didn't you buy several tags from me last summer when I had them? They were the silver colored vintage ones. I just got a whole bunch more in!

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  7. Beautiful! Love the necklaces! HUGS!

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  8. I love the necklaces with the number tags! Cute!
    tot

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  9. Hi Debra,
    If you have a number tag with 95 on it, I would like to get one for Cassandra. Olivia would also like one with the number 1. :)
    Thanks so much,
    Kenda

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  10. Love those necklaces....the numbers are precious. I saw that 82....both my children were born in 82...I know, there is a story there!!

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  11. Awesome necklaces, Debra!! You are so talented, girlie! :)

    xoxo laurie

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  12. Those are great finds. You can do so many things with them, bet you wish you came across a hundred of 'em.

    ~Bliss~

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  13. Ok lovie...my best friend's daughter just had her baby boy at 30 weeks. He'll be in the NICU for a while, so put on your thinking cap and dream up something special for him. I want to give Shayla more than just the usual baby gift and I think one of your pendants is just what I'm looking for. Something for her 'cause she needs a lttle lifting up...you know what I mean.
    XOXO
    Deb

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  14. I just love your jewelry! I'll go put something else on my fav list! ♥

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  15. Oh Debra, these are beautiful. You have so much talent my friend.

    Have a blessed weekend,
    Judy

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  16. I love the pendants, but what caught my eye today was the print "The Gleaners" by Millet in your header. I love this painting. The former owner of my home left a print behind and it has hung in my living room in the years since. The frame it is in is not the most attractive, and you have inspired me to give it an upgrade.

    Blessings,
    Laura

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  17. Debra, I like the idea of using the numbers...birth dates,anniversaries, and so much more. Very creative, indeed.

    Blessings,
    Marianne

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  18. These are so fun! We were married in 98, so I'm going to email you about making me one if you still have it.

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  19. I can't wait to get mine for the girls! They'll love them...so will I as I plan to borrow them from time to time and wear them myself! lol

    Nancy

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