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Whether you love the beach or live at the beach， you can incorporate beach cottage style in your holiday decorating. Simple holiday accents， such as unadorned greenery and plaid bows， make this mantel festive and charming. White sea urchins and starfish are paired with boat rope garland (also echoed in the mirror frames) for all-natural inspired color and texture from the sea.funny pillow cases
Shiny metallics add festive glamour and turn this fireplace into an eye-catching focal point. If you’；ve got itzip code pillows wholesale， use it. On display here are a variety of mercury glass objects in varying heights， including ornaments， candlesticks， votives and finials. Red candles add a pop of color and play off the simple greenery. Keep any other ornamentation neutral， such as the Burlap Bird shown here， so it doesn’；t compete.
Red and green is a traditional color scheme that always works. This mantel doubles up on the greenery with a Pine and Magnolia Garland and classic topiaries， while a DIY twine garland punctuated with tea lights adds a simple yet festive display. Red and white mittens， candy canes and cranberries are simple ways to add in red to the mix.
Before I was a quilter, I sewed primarily garments. I still have lots of garment sewing tools in my toolbox, and I’ve found a new use for one of them in quilting. I found that my tracing wheel has been helpful in temporarily marking fabrics for stitching patchwork and?quilting. Here’s how I’ve been using my tracing wheel to make quick half square triangles (HST’s). Use this tip with any straight stitch foot!
Last week I entered the Threadless loves Trina Turk contest, twice. The winner(s) of the contest will see their prints on items in Trina Turk's Fall 2013 collection. Results are partially based on scoring and comments over at threadless.com, so if you like what you see below, please click on the image to score and vote and help get me to the judging round.
At least I think. I’m finally going to do it, I hope. Since we purchased our home over two years ago, I’ve dreamed of renovating our kitchen. We’ve talked about a light remodel, similar to what we did at our previous home, with new countertops, backsplash, etc.?Eventually we decided we’d be far happier by investing in a kitchen that works for us, but I’ve been putting it off because I dread making decisions and having our home torn apart again. Can you relate?