Friday, December 9, 2011

Believe Jars....

Hi Bloggerettes!  Oh my, but have you noticed there is so much inspiration here in Blogland. Looking at all of the Christmas and holiday decor keeps me in a state of wanting to add and change everything in my home!  Somebody help me....  my creative senses are on overload and my head is exploding from looking at all the wonderful stuff that you  create.  Sometimes I see an idea so wonderful that I have to leave my computer and check to see if I have what I need to create a similar look!  LOL!

All this sensory overload led me to creating  these.....little "believe" jars filled with snow and bottle brush trees.



These are so much fun to make.  Just take a glass container, add some epsom salt, some Martha Stewart tinsel glitter and little trees and beads.  I printed out the word "believe" and it seems like the perfect finishing touch!


This one was inspired by the mermaid ornament that I had.
A glittered shell and some shell garland is just what it needed.

This one is my favorite.  It just sparkles and glistens...

Now, will y'all stop it with the creativity already.....I need a break!!!

Have a wonderful weekend.

~~hugs~~

Sissie

51 comments:

Trisha said...

Your believe jars are wonderful! And you are right-so much creativity out there, I too want to try it all!!

~Trisha

Jen said...

How pretty! Love this idea :)

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Great job, Sissie! They look so pretty! I know what you mean about wanting to copy all this inspiration, but I've been stopping myself. I'm just taking notes for next year!

Mari said...

Sissie girl these are just gorgeous!! I love them allllllll :)

xo~Mari

Crimson Heart Studios said...

Hi Sissie, I love your cute little bottled trees. Gizzy and Gabby are also pretty cute. Come by my blog, if you have time. I have a vintage garland tutorial and giveaway. The garland is made from scrap fabric. Thanks, Cindy

Peggy said...

So pretty Sissie. I'm just like you wanting to do everything lol. I keep having to rein myself in thanks for sharing your lovely believe jars.

Theresa said...

Hi Sissie! I don't think my comment made it through, but i just wanted to let you know how beautiful all of your decorations are. The feathers... stunning! The greens in the kitchen... perfect and you snow globes... beautiful! I just love it all! I hope you are feeling better, I have felt like I am coming down with the yucks all day. ugh. Too much to do to be sick right now.
Have a wonderful weekend!
t.xoxoxoxox

Sharon said...

Your jars are so pretty , I bought some epsom salts the other day for the same reason ! Now you make me want to get on with it and make some . I know what you mean , I have seen so many great ideas , I don't know which to do first , whew ! I love your header !

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Sissie, your jarred trees are so, so cute! I think I'm going to do one up like that and set it on the kitchen counter. I know what you mean, there are so many delightful ideas out there. Thanks for the inspiration you give me.

Christmas blessings,
Sandi

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

Sissie I know just what you mean! I've been pinning so many Christmas ideas I am already planning ideas for next year! Your believe jars are just magical and so beautiful!!

Donna said...

Ok, Sissie, now you are the one that is going to make us all run and see if we have the makings of these darling jars! What a fun project! I adore the bottle brush trees and all of that glitter! And I almost forgot about Epsom salts being the perfect stand in for snow! Thanks for the inspiration:)

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

I hear you...between blogging and pinterest....my brain is on overload!!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Sissie those jars are so cute! I love the snow and believe! So much inspiration out there I agree! Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs, Linda

Sylvia said...

I so love your jars!!! I have been working with some little jars, have the snow and tree inside the jars but your darling idea of "believe" is
super cute!!!

Thanks for the inspiration,
Sylvia

Okio B Designs said...

Your jars are fantastic! Love them all - really nicely done Sissie!

Jeanine

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

These are just incredible! I have GOT to get some epsom salts! I love these! Hugs! ♥

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Sissie,
Your Christmas jars look GREAT!!! I know what you mean about getting way to many ideas...oh wow!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!!

Blessings,
Linda

Roselle said...

OK, just when I think I have a handle on my "I sawt this on a blog and HAVE to make it", you come up with these!!! OMG. The cutest, sweetest and most festive goodies I've seen in awhile! I WILL be making some of these (I'll give you credit of course and share ;)
Have a great weekend Sissie!

Roselle

Petite Michelle Louise said...

ok so now MY head is "exploding" with ideas. wow..LOVE these! I'm off to tear through my studio to see if i have everything i need to make them! LOL! :)

Sharing Shadymont said...

Beautiful Sissie!

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Those are so cool--I love them! Now, I need to do this too! Just like you said--so much inspiration in blogland!

Shabby chic Sandy said...

oh, and that new picture of you in your profile is beautiful--I so want that coat!

thistlewood farm said...

I love these. Where did you get your white trees from? The scene is so vintage and unique!!!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Ok, now I have to step way from the computer and see if I have epsom salt, I know I have everything else. Everything you touch turns gorgeous!

Carol

Myric said...

Oh they look dreamy! I love winter theme deco in jar!

xoxo
Myric

Sweet Meanderings said...

What a wonderful, beautiful idea! I love that you can use just about any type of jar too. Thank you for sharing!
Candy

Christine @ Stonehouse Living said...

Hi Sissie,

Love the little message inside, what a great idea!
I have some new crown jars that I recently found out thrifting around town... This is on my list of things to do, that seems to be getting longer & longer everyday.
So much inspiration!!!
Have a great weekend!
All the Best,
Christine

Claudia said...

These are so lovely and magical, Sissie. I'm about to do the same sort of thing with a vintage jar I found. I've been planning on doing it for a week or so, but I have to get Epsom Salts! Today I will do it, I promise. The addition of Believe is the perfect touch.

xo
Claudia

Lisa said...

Sissie,
I love your believe jars!~ I'll bet they are selling quickly in your shop! Your home looks beautiful as always! Love the angel wings on the chairs & the whole table! That little cubby you put in the shop....I am nuts for that! I have cubbys & little cabinets all over my house. I know that baby will be gone soon! Hope your having a great holiday season so far.
Lisa

Amy @MaisonDecor said...

Oh Sissie~Now you have inspired me to make some of those myself!!! Yay, I think I will put them on the piano with my feather tree~they are so pretty. How do you make that believe sign look so faded and worn? I have yet to ever print out anything on my computer printer like that? Is there an easy way to do it??

Honey at 2805 said...

These are so pretty and such a sweet idea, Sissie!
And you look so cute and cuddly in the white fur!

Dorthe said...

Hi dear, Oh yes Sissie, so true, I also want to try doing all the wonderful tempting beauties I see in blogland--only no time left for that...
but <i love your wintery filled glasses, they looks so lovely and sweet.
Wish you a beautiful week-end.
xx, Dorthe

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Sares said...

These are magical! I may have to make some with words of inspiration as well. I know what you mean about sensory overload. I think the Christmas season needs to be longer so we have longer to implement all these marvelous ideas!

FLOWERSHOPGURL said...

Hi Sissy, I love your "believe" jars they are so cute! I know what you mean about sensory overload I feel the same way. I wish we could slow things down and make the season last a bit longer. Merry Christmas Sissy!
Hugz,
Kim

NanaDiana said...

Sissie-That is one of the cutest ideas I have seen. I just LOVE those little trees. They make something small sooo special. Great idea~!xo Diana

blessedmom's simple home said...

These are so pretty Sissie, and not too hard either! I want to make some. I have the salt, but I'll have to get the glitter. Did you get it at Michael's?
Thanks so much for this sweet idea.
Blessings,
Marcia

Riet said...

Gorgeous, just gorgeous those filled bottles. I love them and I am going to see what I have in the house to make something like that.
Have a beautiful Sunday

Ginger said...

Loving your sweet jars. I know, I get all fuzzy headed with all the talent in blog land. Too much inspiration.
Hugs
Ginger

Victorian1885 said...

What beautiful jars Sissie! These would be so special on the mantle.

Sharing Shadymont said...

Sissie,

Thanks for your sweet visit and comments. What a treat to visit your blog. Your header is lovely; all your creations are divine; and look at your glamorous photo of yourself. Just a lovely place to visit!!!

Blessings to you!
Kathy

Amber said...

I was just thinking exactly the same thing earlier about my brain being overloaded with all the wonderful projects and there is only 2 weeks til Christmas but its all so exciting. Love your jars!

Amber

lauren @ West Furniture Revival said...

LOVE THE JARS! I was making ornaments with my newphew this week and i should have tried these...too cute!

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Honey your so funny! I love coming by here and seeing what you are doing. Looks like you have really been on overload here lately. lol
Its all worth it though because their beautiful.
Your dining room is so pretty too with the angel wings.
Wanted to give you heads up on another giveaway I am having. Hope you can put your name in the hat.
Love ya
Maggie

Marydon said...

G'morn sweet Sissie ~ You are always the height of inspiration for me! The calm beauty that shines thru all you create. Fabulous ideas with the brush trees. I have 3 that will get your inspiration next year. TY for sharing.

I keep forgetting to ask, have you moved yet?

Merry Christmas
TTFN ~
Marydon

Karena said...

Sissie I agree with you! I am so amazed by so much genuine creativity out there for us all to enjoy! I adore your Believe Jars they are precious!!

I hope you will come and enter more of my 12 Days of Holiday Giveaway Event! You will love the wonderfully unique gifts!

xoxo
Karena

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh wow, your posts are ALWAYS magical, Sissie!!! This is gorgeous!!! And I adore the picture of you in your coat--It's so adorable!!!
Xo
Cindy

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

So pretty and festive, Sissie! Love the little trees! Happy week!...hugs...Debbie

Pam @ Frippery said...

Just stunning Sissie. Epsom salts is my go to snow. I love using it. I know what you mean about overload. I want to make one of everything I see. So much creativity!

Mary Ellen said...

Sissie I love those darling "Believe" jars!! There are so many projects like this that I wish I had time to do!

Did you get a new fuzzy coat? I love the one you are wearing on your profile picture!

bee blessed
mary

Amber Lyon Ferguson said...

Hi again! I love those believe jars so much! Thanks for stopping by and checking out my post,
"A Christmas Story" Love. I noticed that you commented that you are following but for some reason you are not showing up on my followers list. Hope you will try to follow!

I also love all that white pottery/ironstone with the simple evergreen touches. Absolutely gorgeous!

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