Monday, December 9, 2013
Saturday, December 7, 2013
Happy Holidays from my home to yours!
This little rosemary tree will last for a very long time and will provide fresh herbs all year.
Adding some moss to the vintage glass balls gives it a little more warm and rustic feel. I always keep sheet moss on hand to use in potted plants and decor.
Wishing you a lovely week end.
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Tuesday, December 3, 2013
I still like to make my Christmas tree and decor look as beautiful as possible and tuck some real elements in with the fake to give it a more natural "real" look and feel. I use pine cones and twigs and though I did not do this yet this year, a hand full of actual evergreen branches tucked strategically would work beautifully to accomplish this.
Stuffing is how I hide the metal bones of my tree. I use piles of hydrangea (yes, fake this year) to tuck in and fill in the empty spaces. When it comes to the base I found that my tree skirt didn't do much to hide the skinny metal trunk so instead I used a large burlap bag to set the tree in and tied the bag up to cover.
Next decor item that I stuffed are my stockings. I made my stockings from a Martha Stewart pattern found in an issue of Living many years ago. I don't have a fireplace to display them during the season but want to enjoy them for more than just Christmas day. One way to display is to stuff them with polyester stuffing and they sit on my sofas as mini pillows.
Well, there you have it, The "stuff" of Christmas. Hope you are enjoying your holiday season. Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful week!