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two neat decor ideas

Posted by purplemoon (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 10, 12 at 0:15

Mini nests, for Spring or Easter place settings
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I really think this is lovely with the candles in birdcages!
Birdcages with candles

hugs, Karen Photobucket


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Karen, neat little mini nests. Maybe I need to get some of my spring decor out and play some this weekend. I bought a new bird cage that I haven't had time to play with yet. I love seeing the candles in them too. May try this for a cp for my table. Thanks!

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Karen, the mini nests are so cute, I can picture them on my Easter table.
I love the bird cages. The only cage I have is where my Halloween crow lives and he's not about to give it up..lol.
I WILL NOT, I say, WILL NOT buy another one!!
Nana


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Ahhh...nana, buy another one! LOL!

PM...I love the birds nest...clever & just natural looking! The bird cages are awesome but I would hate to have to light & blow-out those candles! ;-) But those 'remote' or 'timer' faux candles would work good!

& I am lovin' that 'tree' print in the bkgrd...I have been hunting for a new print for LR...want a 'tree' ...this is one I have been considering...I've seen it at several places now.

Here is a link that might be useful: Living Life Tree by Bonnie Mohr


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The tree print is really pretty. I hadn't even noticed it for looking at the cages, and the chair.

LOL, Nana. Never say never...or in your case "will not". If Mr Crow won't give up his cage, methinks you really need another one to decorate with! I'm sure the other Enablers will agree.
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hugs, Karen


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