because art is a daily practice
you made them perfect...!
I did that exact thing once upon a time, back in the 70's. I still love them, as classic good design never goes out of style. Great job Kimmie!
I remember these from when I was a child and they always fascinated me....I thought the glass was so pretty. Love what you have done with them, very clever. xx
Oh, they are pretty! I made candle holders of them in the 70s, too. We glued a ring on the bottom so they would stand and put thick tapers in them. I like them even better with the wire!
I just love these old insulators and am trying to find a way to use them in my garden. I bet these look great hanging in your home!
Sweet re-use! Charming Kimmie. xox Corrine
This looks like a fun project.
Great idea! I have a couple of these too, I'll have to try it!
and brilliantLove them...I am drawn to those thingies too ;)oxo
They probably did just make them in batches as quick as they could. Love the different colors and the way you have repurposed them. Hope you are well. Best wishes, Tammy
you are so clever ... I bow to you oh recycling goddess!!! xox
How fun are those hanging over the dining room table!
Glad you're feeling better, Kimmie...and wow these are pretty....
Lovely :) the colour in the glass is so pretty! Just getting back to 'normal' here. Your previous posts are awesome, especially your stamps/stamping! Your photography is awesome too Kim :)
Great idea !!!!!!!- I use them also - with battery operated tea lights under them, set on blocks of wood, lining the stairs.
This is the winner of beauty !I love them !love ♥RINI♥
wonderful. Lovely. LOVE the wire! so, enquiring minds want to know - what weight of wire? don't know much about wire wrapping - but what do I need to get started? Thanks Kimmie - I love the inspiration of your blog! Good brain food....
great idea! looks good too!
move over Martha Stewart! what a brilliant idea for insulation caps.
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