We have yet to bring up our boxes of Christmas decor, but I am really thinking this year there will be much less red and green in our midst. Everything here I had on hand, except for my recent extravagant purchase of the Merry Christmas, $3.00 at the local dollar store.
We inherited this blah fireplace when we bought this home a year and a half ago. It's on our list of redo's. Not sure when it will happen, but for now, this is our fireplace with it's Canadian Tire sconces. Eeeew.
Last weekend I got out the Modge Podge/Sheet Music duo. I made a pattern for the B from the font Storybook, cut it out with the jigsaw from 5/8" MDF we had on hand, and voila, our holiday B.
I also got out this old set of anters from the garden shed. My father was an avid hunter and we grew up having game on the dinner table. Not a big fan, but the meat did not go to waste and I have redone a few sets of these. It is always nice to have a free source for craft supplies!
I was really struggling with my camera today, so I apologize for the iffy pics. Anywho... this set was mounted differently and I could not get my ecru on ecru fabric from my quilting stash to lay nicely over the yellow chamois stuff, so I dug deeper in the old craft fabric and used the fake sheepskin fluffy stuff. It will work for now. Also, I may redo the sheet music with a more random pattern as I don't like the borders of the pages showing.... hmmm.
Thanks much for peeking!
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