I covered the brick on our fireplace with decorative paper for a temporary change. It's a non-functioning one, so there's no fire hazard to worry about. I'd LOVE to paint the bricks white if our landlord would only let me!
I shared our, cardinal covered, snowy Christmas tree with you that turned out really cute.
Accents of "diamonds" with heirloom ornaments and a red, rhinestone ring make the Victorian style mirror a bit more special, above the mantel, for Christmas.
I had some fun using painted pine cones, cardinals and more rhinestone touches here and there.
The vintage column holds an elegant arrangement that's creating a nesting place for another little bird.
I can't resist a pretty close up.
A glamorous coffee table centerpiece is the focal point of this festive photo.
The Victorian dresser tray was a steal, for just $12, from a local antique store.
A touch of gold from my trusty "rub and buff" livened up the dull metal finish.
I think it's simply stunning!
Our, sweet, garden angel becomes a Christmas angel, for us to enjoy, inside this time of year.
Each window bears a pine cone winter accent with a, tiny red, feathered friend.
A pair of pine cones decorate a fireplace screen that's hiding an outlet and power cord underneath the window.
Some more places where cardinals perched.
Last year I made the JOY frames that hung on our door.
This year I separated them and just hung them on the wall.
Do you like my cardinal mania?
A Christmas treasure chest and LOVE!
I had a ton of fun decorating for Christmas this year!
Wishing you all a very Happy Holiday and New Year!
Love, Hugs and Kisses,
and Gucci, too!
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