Here a few more Christmas Decoration pics from my former home. This is my head vase collection. All of my head vases are in storage right now and I miss them(I think I have around 20,mostly Madonna's).I warned you that some of these pics are not too good:-0!! My Mom has an enormous head vase collection (probably 100 or so). She was lucky enough to buy some of her head vases before the prices went through the roof! I will definitely have to take some pics of her collection and blog about that later! Click on the pics to enlarge them.
This is the Powder Bathroom and it was one of my favorite rooms in the house because I absolutely adore toile! The vintage-look bathroom fixtures are from Kholer and I bought that black mirror at Hobby Lobby. The wire basket is from Target and the black leather gloves are from an estate sale.
I bought red hand towels and sewed black drapery fringe onto them (not shown)...really makes the towels look like they cost a lot of $. I bought the Paris candle at the gift shop at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas (a favorite vacation spot). Some of the other knick knacks came from Kirklands and various gift shops. The birds nest and pot of red roses were Christmas ornaments (I cut the hanging string off of them).
I just listed this "Friends" pre-made scrapbook album on Etsy. It's made with Amy Butler paper...so fab! It would be great for friends of any age :-) I can only use 5 photos in my Etsy listing so I am posting additional close-up pics here. I will be listing another one of these albums on ebay soon. Click on the pics to enlarge them.
Etsy: Fabulous Finds
Ebay: Fabulous Finds
Fabulous Find of the Day:
I received this craft idea in an email from Martha Stewart.com. These teacup candles would make fabulous gifts...especially for Christmas! This idea would be great for vintage or new cups that have lost their saucers or sets, too (and looking for them in antique stores, estate sales, etc. will be so much fun!). I made some candles years ago and it they turned out pretty well I think most of you should be able to master this craft :-)
Here is the link for directions:
Have a fabulous day!