Friday, December 11, 2015

Christmas on My Nightstand


I added a bit of Christmas cheer to my night stand by tweaking two framed
pictures just a bit and adding a plaid ribbon to one.

The frame on the left usually holds just a piece of floral fabric that I love.
I just popped out the cardboard backing the fabric and covered the
whole thing with plaid wrapping paper.  Then I used poster tape
to top the plaid with a Mary Engelbreit  print that I saved from one
of her magazines years ago.  All of it can be easily removed after
Christmas.



I added a tartan bow to the vintage Scottie print.  



A little Christmas tree to the left of the Santa picture, a resin Scottie with a
plaid leash, a Santa ornament and the vignette is finished.




Nice to have a mystery to read on the night stand too.  Easy changes
with things I already had and a real penny pinching display.



Today is the final day of the Christmas in Texas blog hop.
It's been such a fun week visiting all these talented and
friendly Texas bloggers.  I have been so proud to be a 
part of this group!  Here's a list of who we can visit today:


I can't wait to see what these gals have for us!
Have a wonderful Friday.

Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley



12 comments:

  1. I tried three times to comment on your home tour...I guess they all went to never-never land :^(
    Hopefully this will stick...I am loving all of your Christmas décor...your den was absolutely lovely! Thank you so much for sharing all of your beautiful work!
    Blessings,
    J

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    1. I have heard that from others too. I made a little correction and hopefully that problem is now resolved. Thank you for sticking with me.

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  2. You even decorate your nightstand?? LOL Love all of your attention to details. Gorgeous!

    Judy

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  3. Your blog is one on my top 10 list. Love everything you post and each day, I wait to read more. Thanks for all the time you spend on your blog. I (and for sure many others) appreciate all the time it must take to do this, at such a very busy time of the year, Merry Christmas from Wisconsin, to you and Bentley.

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    1. Thank you Bonnie. I greatly appreciate your kind words.

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  4. Sweet vignette, Susan. The tartan touches are the perfect details.

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  5. Looks very pretty and festive! How is that book youre reading?

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