Hello, Everyone! We are eleven days into November! I hope you’ve been enjoying November, so far. Today’s post features photos of a wreath I styled with a deer theme and wine, green, white and gold colors; traditional colors. Some of my favorite items of this wreath are:
- the white ruffle-top ornaments
- the deer ornaments
- wine velvet ribbon w/ gold beads
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Hello, Everyone! I hope you all have been enjoying November, so far. Today’s post features images of a rather voluptuous wreath I styled in non-traditional colors of Turquoise, Chartreuse and Gold. It is one of my favorite styling projects. My favorite ornaments on this wreath are:
- the hot air balloon
- the jewel glitter-covered bulb
- the gold snowflakes
- the turquoise snowflakes
- the turquoise bulb
Some of the other features that are my favorites are the snowflake-covered ribbon and each of the chartreuse ornaments. This wreath does have lights woven throughout the wreath, yet its beauty is most obvious with spot-lighting illuminating it from the front, as well. You will be able to notice this in the photographs, below. Illuminating your back-lit wreaths from the front with a spot-light or two will really show off the wreath’s beauty!
Good Day, Everyone! Today’s post will be part of a series featuring the decorating process of a Christmas tree. The ornamentation for this tree decorating project includes, metallic, plush, mesh, paper, fabric, satin and glass. I know that sounds like an eclectic mix. This eclectic mix is gorgeous when all are combined in a beautiful way. I am looking forward to sharing this process with you all. I’m starting out with photos of the ornaments I’ve planned to use for this project, so far. I hope to share the first photos of this process with you this week!
Now, it’s November 1, 2018 and the delays in getting these initial photos were unexpected (caregiver overload) and sort-of wacky (wrong email address via new phone). Finally, the first photos are below and I think the initial name I will give to this eclectic ornament collection is Luxe Country Woodland. Of course, this name may change in the posts to come. At last, here they are!
Turquoise and chartreuse are two of my favorite colors and the luxe, bling-y designs of the Christmas ornaments are enhanced by these rich colors! I’d love to see the tree that’s decorated with these gorgeous turquoise and chartreuse ornaments.
The jewel-hued, Spanish Fiesta-hued ornaments and ribbons on this tree are as beautiful to look at as the traditional red, green, white, silver and gold ornament themes! This tree’s Fiesta theme is one of my favorites!
This tree and gorgeous table setting are presented so elegantly in this heavenly conservatory. The one thing that would make the entire view enchantingly romantic is twinkling lights throughout the trees that are visible through the conservatory’s pretty windows!