Saturday, January 29, 2011

Dust to Devine

I have a nice bad  niche problem.  But nice niche is more fun to say. I never know what to put there.  It is by the den leading into the master bedroom.  I had a very dusty, old arrangement that has been decoarting the garage for some time now.  

The before is dirty, dusty, feathers falling apart.  

The after is cleaned up, some feathers thrown away and peonies added.

the container is wonderful

The greenery got to remain and the base feathers.   Sticks got reused for height.
All I think it needs is some fabric underneath.  Hey this is the year of pink.  My niche is so fashionable.

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  1. Well, you must know I HAD to swing by here and say HELLO...I mean, we have some things in common and I gotta follow along with YOU. :)

    Thanks so much for coming by and following. I appreciate it.

    Your centerpiece is so pretty.

  2. Love your new arrangement. Isn't it fun to tear one apart and recreate it. Hugs, Marty

  3. I think the new color adds a lot to your arrangement. You have a niche problem. I have a mantle problem. I can never figure out what to do with it.

  4. Looks like spring ~ great addition of color.

  5. What a wonderful makeover! Aaaahhhh...all better;)!

  6. love the escape from the elements of the weather outside the centerpiece would truely take us to a warmer day

  7. Let's hear it for the year of the PINK!
    You know I'm with you girl....
    Love the added pink in your redo and the container is great.
    Happy weekend sweetie,
    xoxo!Kathy @
    Sweet Up-North Morninga...

  8. How unique with the flowers, great idea Miss Talent

  9. Devine...yes indeed!!! Looks GREAT!


  10. Hi Lori,

    Nice work on these! They look great!

    Thanks for visiting my new blog. I'm your newest follower.

    Have a great day!

  11. Hi Lori! Wow! You really breathed new life into your planter...gorgeous! You did a great job! Hope you are having a great week!...hugs...Debbie


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