many, many years ago on the other side of the Prairie.
It was e x t r e m e m l y expensive. . .n o t at all within my budget.
But definitely in keeping with my taste!!!
I visited this little Flower Boutique every chance that I could.
. . .and every time I visited, I did the s a m e thing.
I would stop d i r e c t l y in front of the conservatory
and *sigh* h e a v i l y, look at the price tag,
*sigh* again and then move on
knowing I couldn't possibly a f f o r d it.
on a cold snowy, wintry day in late January,
I visited the boutique after getting my hair cut.
I stopped 'dead in my tracks' when I saw a $ale tag
attached to the conservatory!!!
I brought the conservatory up from Studio One
and have added natural elements to its interior for Christmas.
By removing the lid,
I placed three white crackled terra cotta pots in the base.
Three green moss balls where placed atop each pot.
Then each pot was tied around the middle with a satin wired bow.
"Mr. Ed" and I bleached pine cones before Thanksgiving. . .
I adore how the creamy white
and natural brown compliments the conservatory.
By adding the Angel Tree Topper and my favorite Charles Dickens saying,
the subtle, simplistic design continues
atop the vintage sewing machine cabinet.
|Autumn On Crooked Creektt!|
|Christmas On Crooked Creektt!|
By using natural elements. . .
all nature sings for Christmas On Crooked Creektt!
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Until next time. . .
On Crooked Creektt will be joining
Susan @ Between Naps On ThePorch forMetamorphosis Monday!
And. . .
Marty @ A Stroll Thru Life for Inspire Me Tuesday!
And. . .
Be sure to visit these inspiring hostesses
each week for amazing ideas for your own home decor!