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Wednesday, December 02, 2015


Welcome to more of the sunroom tour.  This post is picture heavy so grab a cup of tea.

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Out came the little French tree again this year. I love the mercury glass ornaments and if you look closely you can see the Arc de Triumph and an Eiffle Tower. Hanging behind the tree are the postcards we crafted last year. In front of the tree are some Michael’s silver frames and I added French black and white ribbon, corrugated cardboard and a key. I covered some books in wrapping paper that I found at Michael’s too. thanksgiving at chris' 2015 121
The glittery cone was from Micahel’s this year. The deer were from Hobby Lobby (I think).
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The large tray has a lantern and a scripted K…also from Michael’s (I did well there this year…and cheap too). The new metallic glass ornaments were from Target. thanksgiving at chris' 2015 136

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My French plant stand is simple with a white cross. thanksgiving at chris' 2015 140

On the stand that my father made is a Buffalo checked tablecloth, Assorted candles and a chicken wire basket (on of my favorite things) holding balls and doodads.thanksgiving at chris' 2015 142 thanksgiving at chris' 2015 141

The baker’s rack has a few Frenchy things too…like an ornament on the lamp, another Michael’s silver frame, a silver bird, a glass block with a lime green ribbon, a read and white plate,a red Amaryllis in a silver urn and lights…of course!thanksgiving at chris' 2015 143
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And lastly a little square wreath with JOY metal letters and the new burlap bow made with Bowdabra. thanksgiving at chris' 2015 145

Thank you for visiting.


1 comment :

  1. All I can say is "Wow!" How do you do it? Your sunroom is beautiful, and the keys reminded me of the bridge of locks we saw in Paris ~ I'll bet that was deliberate on your part!


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