A "Re-Purposed" Christmas Tree - More Salt Shakers

One of my very favorite Christmas re-purposes from last year was the Anthropologie tree in a salt shaker with faux snow.

There were many Anthropologie "inspired" pins on blogs and on Pinterest last Christmas.  Isn't this fun?



Anthropologie Inspired Shaker Tree Ornaments www.organizedclutterqueen.blogspot.com
Here are my shakers to re-purpose into "Anthropologie inspired" ornaments.

Anthropologie Inspired Shaker Tree Ornaments www.organizedclutterqueen.blogspot.com
I added some faux mica snow to one shaker, pushed a bottle brush tree with the wire wrapped in a little scotch tape to fill the silver ornament opening.  I used a curly cue ornament wire to poke through the shaker holes.

Anthropologie Inspired Shaker Tree Ornaments www.organizedclutterqueen.blogspot.com
This is cute.  I am so glad I made some ornaments inspired by Anthropologie.

Anthropologie Inspired Shaker Ornaments www.organizedclutterqueen.blogspot.com
These trees are from a bottle brush assortment from Darice "Home for the Holidays" white sisal tree, 8 piece.

Anthropologie Inspired Shaker Ornaments www.organizedclutterqueen.blogspot.com
The other shaker is displayed in my kitchen shadow box.  Don't you love these "Anthropologie Inspired" shaker ornaments?

My other re-purposed Christmas tree ornaments:

Re-purposed Christmas Ornaments:
1.  Zinc Jar Lids
2.  Teaspoons
3.   Ice Cream Scoop
4.   Crystal Salt & Pepper Shakers

5.   Jello Mold Ornaments






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9 comments:

  1. I LOVE this! Great DIY!

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  2. SO cute!! I am addicted to vintage, glass salt & pepper shakers anyway so this is perfect. I see so many of these in the thrift stores -- what a cute hostess gift these would make. I may even make these up for some of my co-workers. Thanks for the great idea.

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  3. I absolutely adore yours!! Your tree is going to be fabulous!

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  4. I do love these shaker ornaments! I think I'll start looking for some shakers at the thrift stores!

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  5. Oh my word, how clever and fun is this. I love those tiny trees and the shakers are such a fabulous ornament. Hugs, Marty

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  6. So very cute. Must make us some of these! :)

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  7. I am on the look out for some shakers or small bottles. I found a little package of the trees at Archivers . They are so tiny and cute. I like the ornament ball on the bottom. Love mica snow.

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  8. Wow! You've been a busy girl, Carlene!! This is my favorite ornament yet!

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  9. Wonderful ideas, I have so many of my late mother's old buttons, I will make the Christmas trees in a frame.

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