Earth Day Thursday – Use What You Got

Found some old metal rulers in a friends garage-she didn't want them-I DID!
I've been sitting on them for a while now, just waiting for something fun and I decided to make a star.
This is a total "use what you got" project. So after hot gluing the rulers to form the star, I hit my craft supplies.
I found some wire and used that to create a hanger. I also found some mini clothespins to clip on too.
I used jute to tie on a few leftover jingle bells and I scrounged some mini vintagey papers to add some character.
I popped a little hang tag on there too after stamping it with a few stars.
Cute and unique scrounged decoration:) Just want everyone wants for Christmas-hee hee-maybe just me?!

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  1. oh I love it – I'm sooo drawn to measures lately and the black white & red are the perfect vintage industrial mix!

  2. This is the prettiest star I have seen this year. Love it. Great idea.

    Your blog is very inspiring.


  3. wow this is really cool. thanks for sharing.

  4. I LOVE that ruler star!!!! And I love Earth Day Thursday as a theme!


  5. I have done the stars, but love the embellishments. Thanks for sharing at Beyond The Picket Fence.

  6. cute!
    new follower showing love
    pls return the follow

  7. Made some stars like that too with a 2 meter ruler from the dollar store but your colors are way cooler ;-)! Mine are the usual ugly vintage orange :-(. Cool craft, thanks for sharing – maks 🙂

  8. Marvelous. I made one from a folding ruler today and left it for my hubs who is the star of my show.

  9. Great use of the rulers! Where are you going to put it? On a shelf, or on the tree?

  10. This is amazing! I love old rulers – I just saw the most amazing ruler topped stools in Ballards.

    Thanks for a great party 🙂

  11. I love this star!! It has such awesome patina and wear and tear, fantastic!!
    Rinni @ Rinni'sPlayground

  12. Love this! Love your style, following 🙂

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