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March 13, 2012

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kim

You did a great job on those. I have a ton of pears put away. May have to pull them back out.

Barbara @ 21 Rosemary Lane

Great idea...thanks for the tutorial! Now I just have to find me some old fruit!!

Pat@Back Porch Musings

These look great.

You've given me an idea! I have some of those beaded pears with the Christmas stuff, in the basement.:-)

shelia

I love these! What a beautiful job you did and it is easy!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Gina

What a a super idea! They turned out fantastic too. My mom has tons of that beaded fruit. I would have never thought to paint it. Thanks for sharing this at my party!

Kim @ vintagepretties

You always come up with the cutest ideas! And, I think that I saw faux fruit at Dollar Tree recently, if any readers don't happen to have old stuff sitting around at home.

Rondell

Wow, they look just like PB's! Now I have to find the pears!

Jessica

Awesome job!! Found you from Savvy Southern style!!

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest

Great idea! I have a ton of that beaded fruit in storage.

Dee

The pears look terrific.

Dee

Sunday Burquest

Too cute!! I see those sparkly fruit at the GW all the time :) Great job!

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Such a great job.It look so different and beautiful.I really impress by this kind of project.SO nice idea.

Ricki Jill Treleaven

Such a great idea. Your pears look great!

I also like how you copied the PB photo :D

xo,
Ricki Jill

Susan

Nice job! I'm glad I'm not the only one digging in my neighbors trash!
Susan
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Karen - The Graphics Fairy

These turned out great! Love the photo too!!
Visiting from Met Monday.

Ginger

These are great! Great use for the beaded fruit. Love the fact that they were free.

Jeanine Okio B Designs

They look wonderful! I'm kicking myself now because I sold some of my old pears at a garage sale. Ack! Coming over from Between Naps on the Porch and so glad I did!

Jeanine

Amy at The Red Chair Blog

These are fantastic! Love them!

Judy

Great job and it is inspiring me to redo some old fruit. Thanks for sharing.

Michelle @ Sweet Something

Now that is what I call upcycling! Great idea and they look great!

Sanghamitra

Awesome idea and I love your job!
Thanks for sharing.
Hope to see you on my blog:)

West Furniture Revival

the pears are so cute! They look even better than the potterybarn ones.

Linda @ it all started with paint

This is such a great project! I love it's simplicity. In fact, it's downright cinchy ... and would be perfect at our "It's a Cinch" multi-blog link party. The link stays open until midnight Friday and when you link at one blog, you're automatically linked up to the party's five co-hosts ...

http://www.itallstartedwithpaint.com/2012/03/its-cinch-link-party.html

Hope to see you at the party!

:)
Linda
www.itallstartedwithpaint.com

thistle

I think this just proves that EVERYTHING looks better with paint! I am on the hunt for some beaded fruit now!

Thanks for linking to our party!

blessings,
karianne

Linda @ it all started with paint

Thanks so much for linking it up at our "It's a Cinch" party!

:)

Linda
www.itallstartedwithpaint.com

andrea cammarata

LOVE THESE!!!!!! thanks for linking up with us at It's a Cinch...hugs...andrea

Karah @ thespacebetweenblog

You're right, that is so cinchy and so beautiful! Great upgrade!! Thanks so much for linking up to our party!
Karah

Kelly @ Eclectically Vintage

What a great idea - I have a ton of beaded fruit in my Christmas bin - time to use it year round!

Thanks for joining our cinch party.
Kelly

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I love your blog! You will be in our prayers and thoughts! Nice and informative post on this topic thanks for sharing with us. Thank you!

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Go for someone who makes you smile because it takes only a smile to make a dark day seem bright....lol.......

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