06 November 2014

Shabbilicious Christmas












I wanted to participate in the Shabbilicious Christmas Party, and since I have a big project underway with no place to store some things, I pulled some things out early.
I made this wreath last year by making pom poms. Lot's of them. I made the bow from an old Ikea towel.








My Christmas is not all out yet, but for the sake of these photos some of it is. :)










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44 comments:

  1. Oh my friend, I love pompons - what a lovely work, you are inspiring me!
    Have a happy time
    Elisabeth

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  2. I love your wreath and the silver decorations make everything look so elegant. Have a nice day and weekend!

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  3. An Ikea towel, eh? I would've never guessed...you are so creative! :) Merry Early Shabbilicious Christmas!

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    1. Thank you, Kim. It had hole so I used the rest of it to make a bow.

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  4. I love that pom-pom wreath. How cute is that! And that towel bow makes the perfect finish for the piece. Happy weekend to you! xo Diana

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  5. Very pretty... I will have to check out the party! :)
    Have a beautiful weekend!
    xoxo,
    Lin

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    1. Thank you Lin, your projects would fit right in. xoxo

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  6. Love your wreath and the pop of color with the towel ribbon bow is gorgeous. Really a special shabby accent. I too share a shabby wreath today. We seem to be on the same wave length. Have fun decorating.
    Hugs

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  7. Pretty white wreath. Love the white with a little red.
    Have a great weekend
    Hugs from here

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  8. I am so excited to decorate for Christmas this year. I just can not wait.
    Love your wreath and I am always excited to see what you come up with, you are so talented.
    Have a great weekend.
    Carla

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    1. Thank you, Carla. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend. xoxo

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  9. A very sweet wreath - it looks so soft and fluffy! I love the little trees in the silver pots, too - those are adorable! Very creative <3 xo Karen

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  10. I just love your place at Christmas and that wreath is so sweet. I am feeling slightly overwhelmed right now with all the work that is going on at our place. It is making it hard to imagine that I will have anything ready in time to decorate properly.

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    1. Thank you, Donna. Likewise. I hope it all gets completed in time. xoxo Take a look at Country Living's Modern Rustic. It's the British country living. I splurged on it, and I never buy magazines. I found it at Barnes and Noble. I think the issue will appeal to you.

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  11. I love the fluffy wreath and the touch of faded red added by the bow.

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  12. Wow Su, that wreath looks like fluffy snowflakes. It is so dreamy. I love it. I love to decorate for Christmas so I am planning my decor for this year already. I finished my fall decor which is own of my favorite seasons but Christmas in our home is very very excitement and special.

    Enjoy your holidays and Christmas decor.

    Janet

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    1. Thank you, Janet. I love autumn too. Your place looks beautiful. xoxo

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  13. Oh so pretty. I really need to do something to dress up a wreath for my door. Yours is so beautiful and I adore the ribbon too.

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  14. OMGosh I love your wreath and the IKEA towel bow is brilliant.

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    1. Thank you. I'm afraid I save too many things sometimes. I was one of eleven kids, so I can be very frugal. xoxo

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  15. Your wreath is such beautiful! An Ikea towel??...so clever idea!
    Kisses
    Alessandra

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  16. So beautiful! I love the wreath. Isn't this the best time of year!

    Best wishes for a wonderful week,
    Natasha in Oz

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  17. Everything is just beautiful! I love the simplicity of your wreath, and the texture in the materials.

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  18. I remember the wreath, but didn't realize you made the bow from an IKEA towel. I have loads of them so one is going to be torn up soon for my Christmas decor.

    I love the last photo and am wondering about the chair to the side of the dresser. Have you posted about it?

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    1. Thank you, Carol. I might have. Someone made the slipcover, and the image was probably made with one of those special printers and then ironed on. It washes great! I bought it in vintage/boutique shop and the chairs were included!

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  19. I love your wreath! The pom-poms are amazing and I love your sense of color! ❤️ Sara

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