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I have found so much inspiration that I have started sharing my own addiction of tablescaping. Please feel free to join me as I enter my journey and share my passion for decorating with all my lovely little "treasures".

I decorate my home with vintage, thrift store, yard sale and hand me down items. I shop ebay with a vengance for dinnerware and glassware, the postal service must adore me!

I am very casual, but a bit fussy when it comes down to details. I have spent two thirds of my life in the south, but the southerners say my "nothern side" still comes out! I am guessing this is not such a good thing....and visa versa when I am around my northern relatives, "give me a break"!

Join me any way.......I hope we can be blogging buddies no matter where we all live :)

Friday, February 25, 2011

A Change is coming!

Well here I go again!

I decided I love this new chocolate brown color scheme, so the whole kitchen is getting a little make over:*:~

We started with this adorable baby bunny.  He was yellow, for Eater I suppose, but doesn't it look like you could nibble on his ear?  This color of paint is as close to Dove brown I could find, it make my mouth drool just as bad too!;*~

I actually had the candle holders, but dolled them up with ribbon and some curling ribbon, marabou feathers.  These will never be lit of course, I know this stuff is highly flammable.  A cheap wooden frame, a picture cut from a dollar store gift bag that I fell in love with :*~TaDa~*: I adore it!

Tablescaping has always been a great passion of mine.  I could work on one table all afternoon, getting it just right could take hours.  When I am done, it's like I have created a painting that I can sit back and look at.

I got the best compliment the other night from a fourteen year old girl who came to visit.  "Your house looks like a castle." I giggle, but it's sweet to know that all my playing makes her think it is regal and princess like.

Couldn't find what I I made my own
No calories in this bunny
I'm getting hungry