Do you like the trend of using antlers and sheds in your decor?
I try not to jump on every new decorating trend that comes along, despite the fact that I may LOVE them.
But this is one that I really had to have. While we were in Wallace, ID, I found several and this is what I did with a small rack that I found there.
The top of it is hidden there amongst the evergreen branches, I am going to hang this one, it's so perfectly beautiful.
These are my little vintage choir boys that I found last year at the GW. Singing around the Christmas tree!
And atop my armoire you'll find another thrift store find in a new coat of white with a pretty ribbon tied around his neck.
My Dollar Tree reindeer are hanging in front of the mirrors, with pretty bells around their necks.
And I added the deer prints to compliment all of the other deer that are hanging around.
And if you have been wondering what I've been doing for the last three days... well wonder no more.
I have been trying to sew a "Little House On the Prairie" dress, apron and bonnet. It has taken me at least three days to do it, working for hours at a time. I'm not sure why it's been so difficult, but it has been. Actually, I'm not done, I still have to make button holes.
My little grand-daughter, Miss B, has always loved the Little House on the Prairie books and dvd's. When she was tiny, Carrie was her imaginary friend and she named her stuffed dog Jack.
She was with me at a garage sale last summer when I found this pattern. I asked her if she would like it and she very excitedly said "YES!". So, she will have it. What a grandmother won't do sometimes.
I'm smiling, I would do anything for my grands, they are all truly grand, and I know you know what I'm saying, if you have grands of your own.
There is no love like the one that you feel when you see your own grandchildren. Right?
Have a sweet day, friends and readers.