Rustic Faucet Ornaments for Christmas

I had the opportunity recently to visit an old haunt 
and while there happened upon a treasure!

DIY vintage ornaments

I found a whole pile of vintage red faucet handles at a great price!

As soon as I got home I began adding the bling!

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Reclaimed jewelry rustic faucet ornaments

Buttons, broken jewelry, Bingo numbers, enamel numbers, and glass chandelier bling from this awesome lamp find

Vintage ornaments made from faucets

vintage chandelier bling  faucet Christmas ornaments

The ideas were only limited to the junk I could find for the center of the faucet. I attached them all with E6000 my favorite glue!

I attached a Christmas ornament hanger and a silver bead to the top and 3 glass chandelier crystals to the bottom. 

Glass bling and rustic chandelier bling

When I was finished I needed a place to display the ornaments for the craft fair so I got busy creating the perfect display and you can read about it here.

These ornaments can be purchased at my Etsy Shop... take a look!

Vintage Chandelier bling on faucet ornaments

Repurposed lamp ornament display

Beautiful rustic ornaments with the perfect display!

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.

Comments

  1. Sally,
    What a unique way to use those faucet handles. I appreciate your vision and I think the ornaments are beautiful. The added bling will make them very visible on a green Christmas tree. Thanks for helping us repurpose yet another item from the past.

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    1. Thank you so much for your very kind words Barb! I love making Christmas ornaments and they sell very well at my local craft fair :) ~ Susan

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  2. Vintage teamed up with Susan has always done Christmas total justice. These are so pretty, Susan!

    I've featured this in this weekend's DIY Salvaged Junk link party. Thanks for linking up!

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  3. What a truly unique idea. Love them! I'll be on the lookout for old faucet handles now.

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