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10 file(s) - Uploaded by: 6KidsOneDay
Created: 6 days ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 20
Country Charm with Old world Santa's Lots of Gold, Silver and Crystal on the table Lights under the table..Mantle Decorated with Wreath and Santa Colorful lights and ornamented Garland with Huge bows everything made and decorated by me..
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: mickie3002
Created: 6 days ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 13
Here are before & After pictures of our 1925 cottage purchase in February of this year. We have worked long and hard on the cottage and still so much more to do.
I knew the minute we drove past to look at it, that I wanted it. My husband and I could really bring her back to what she should be. We just love this little cottage all of 850 sq ft. Can't wait for the spring so we can put up a white picket fence and gate, bring in some trees and plant some flowers...
I wanted a room for my baby girl that was pretty and classic but had a modern feel. I painted a stencil behind the crib, made the wreath/mobile over her bed, added some pretty poms over the dresser/changing table and spray painted an Ikea chandelier to add a little sparkle.
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: Jeanne Lapierre
Created: Nov 21, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 12
I decorated the mantle with the home owner and our friend Jane.
Every season the mantles are dressed with beautiful natural looking garlands and flowers.
Since moving from Florida to Arizona, one thing is for sure: I've enjoyed decorating our entryway for Spring, Fall and Holiday. To see Spring, please view Spring on the Stoop - Crisp, clean and filled with pink & purple flowers. For Fall, it's quite the opposite: remembering our NJ home stoop, I made swept piles in the corners of each step using a bag of wood bark chips from Home Depot - mixed with a few faux leaves PLUS pinecones I collected here in AZ. I used another bag of bark chips around the base of my urns & lanterns at the door -- and since the weather cools off here for Fall, I was able to use real pumpkins too. The branches in the urns add height to frame the doorway -- they are to me a keepsake from Florida -- I found them back in 2010 and still use them seasonally today. For Fall, I hot glue leaves, for winter: leaves are removed and sparkle snowflakes are added. In Spring, I wrap the branches with pink blossoms. This decorated entry makes a perfect spot for a family photo, a couples Christmas card, or even just a friendly seasonal pic to have has a keepsake...