So I know that I'll be setting up the old V-Day mantle here in about a week, but I figure its never to late to show off the winter mantle that I've had up since Christmas came down.
I did end up using some of my ornaments from Christmas but they're snowflakes, so they're completely within keeping. Oh and I did use my pearl bead garland that was around the chandelier.
Well there's the winterscapes. Hope you guys enjoyed!
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I have a love affair with all things crafty. It doesn't matter what it is, if it interests me then I'm probably going to try it. I don't know what I'd call my sense of style, because it ranges from anything traditional to somewhat modern. I think if I had to name it it would be Traditional Vintage meets Shabby Modern. :) That's kind of a mouthful, but you get the idea. As long as its durable, workable, and nice looking then I will probably like it.
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Hey! I'm really interesting! No, really, I swear I am. Read on! Please? Pretty please? Okay, here goes! Just as Heather has a love affair with all things crafty, I have a love affair with all things foodie. It makes perfect sense too. After all, we all need food to survive, so why not make it delicious, fun, interesting, and/or new...etc...etc...etc. You get the picture. I will pretty much try anything from tofu to elk to frog's legs and anything in between. I can't really say that I have favorite foods, but I do try to buy what I can locally no matter where I am. I come from a long line of farmers, after all. See what else is left!