3.04.2010

Garland Ain't Just for Christmas, Charlie Brown!



Do you have an empty spot you need to fill? A blank canvas that needs coziness? Whip out the garland, baby! Do you see how my little things are just hanging out up there in limbo on top of the mantle? Are you sick of this picture yet? Is this a lot of questions to open up a blog post with? Did I just end a sentence with a preposition?!?

Look how cozy they look now, all nesty in the long needled garland with big pine cones...ahhh, love it.



Sigh...



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23 comments :

  1. They are all nestled in a home now instead of wandering around in the street ;-) Well done.

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  2. Oh I love it too!!!!! I wish I had a fire place!!!!! :) Looks like I will just have to enjoy yours.

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  3. That looks absolutely gorgeous!!!

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  4. That looks so pretty! Well done!

    amy
    www.theprikazskys.com

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  5. When you first said garland, I have to admit that I couldn't even imagine that it would look good. But in the words of Randy what's-his-name, "DOG! You worked it out!" I REALLY love it. And, no, I don't watch too much American Idol. :)

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  6. Well done! When you first said garland, I immediately thought Christmas or way too cutesy country---your's is perfect!

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  7. I have actually incorporated a strand of garland in a display I have, but without lights....love how the lights look...will re-do! Thanks for the idea,

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  8. oo very pretty it does add a warm element to the home. Love the lights too =)

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  9. Love it , may have to "borrow" this idea!

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  10. Very festive ~ I love a bit of sparkle!

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  11. Lovely - I like the lights.

    I went with ivy on my mantle and it took me a full three week of tinkering before I finally made it to the finished product.

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  12. HOLY i love this!! Those deer are awesome!! Where did you get them?? Oh how I want a mantel!!!!

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  13. Love the deer.
    And, that reminds me, I have a large bag of large and teensy tiny pine cones that we snagged from pretty much every conifer in the neighborhood last autumn.

    (I meant to do something with them - never did. Maybe it's not too late! I mean, there's still TONS of snow on the ground here...)

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  14. You and your giant fabulous mantel, ugh.

    Me and my fake 1 1/2 foot...shelf grr.


    haha.. Looks great! Even if it makes me hate you for having a mantel that 'mazin.

    Rachelle

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  15. I looove it for you!!!!! I can just picturing you sitting there after a long day of skiing wondering what you can do to the place......

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  16. I love your happy little winter getaway ... and I had no idea Charlie Brown had issues with garland!

    Thanks for blowing my cover ... now everybody knows my little secret about birthing my baby girl in the 5th grade ;)

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  17. AHH... everything does look so nice and cozy. It's beautiful! I *love* the little white lights!

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  18. Aah, LOVE that mantel..I pine for one now!!

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  19. Love this idea! I love garland laced with lights all year round ~ just beautiful.

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  20. I like that...it looks so cool and cozy!!

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  21. That looks like a great decor! - where is this hunting lodge?

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