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I took hankies and made a swag valance. They are held up by old clothes pins. Simple and cheap way to add some whimsy.

My sunroom.

I used two extra pillow cases that were included in my twins bed in a bag for their no sew window treatments. I cut a small slit in each closed end then slid the rod through. Then used a silk scarf tied in a bow along with a black and white scarf along the top to add more whimsy. I also looped some bead strands and paper lantern twinkle lights to give it a couple layers of definition and fun. Easy peazy.

I used vintage silk scarves for my daughters window treatments in her bedroom. I started out by tying one end of each to the rod then begin tying the other to form loops. Then intertwine them until you achieve the pattern and fullness you prefer.

Sweet little trees instead of full size tree!! Perfect for small homes or apartments. Set them on a little table or an antique milk crate to add height!

A Victorian Christmas

made from an old door

Doors aren’t just for doorways. | 'B' Musings

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Christmas kitchen ~ Sugar Pie Farmhouse

Little Suitcases

inside a darling trailer #3

Christmas kitchen ~ Sugar Pie Farmhouse

a vintage umbrella stuffed with roses and dainty hankies.

I call this my happy corner. We have a large family room, and spend most of our time in it.. unfortunately, I share it with four little girls plus toys and a husband with his ugly flat screen. I wanted a corner of the room to be mine... and so I put all my favorite things together so that when Im surrounded by chaos or messes..I can look at my corner and it makes me smile.