Thursday, January 14, 2010

Show and Tell Friday


Today is Show & Tell Friday over
at Cindy's blog, 'My Romantic Home', be sure and
stop by and see her fabulous 'Show & Tell'!!!

This year I went with SpArKlE for our holiday
centerpiece! After getting a cold Christmas Day
and then...catching the flu, it's long over due
to come down, I thought it would be perfect to
share for my first "Show and Tell Friday"!


This is also a wonderful start to this blog,
it's been my family blog, but I'm switching
it over to share my loooove of everything 'Cottage'
follow me on my thrifty treasure hunts and I'll share
how I incorporate a bit of 'hannmade' craft to my humble
little cottage! Thanks so much for stopping by!

10 comments:

Sandra Lopez Bravo said...

Hey Debbie,
beautiful and somewhat "royal"!

Lave
Sandra

Hootin' Anni said...

I LOVE! anything that sparkles!! This is a showcase centerpiece if you ask me.

My Show n Tell is posted now. Do come visit if you can find some time today. It's...

HERE

The American Homemaker said...

That's a very pretty centerpiece :)

Denise Marie said...

what is it about those beautiful, graceful deer that we love so much. very blingy table!

ALWAYS THE ABRAMYANS said...

Your centerpiece is just beautiful! I love sparkly things too! I have been slacking off on my show and tell postings so far this year too. But I finally posted my first and I hope to get back on track! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! -April

Sheila said...

It is nice to know your feeling better now. Love how the centerpiece sparkles.. I just know it must look stunning in the dark with candle light.

Purple Sparkle said...

Love your sparkles, what a lovely centrepiece, a great way to use baubles that won't fit on the tree! Glad to come accross your new blog, I've become a follower :-)

Desiree said...

What a beautiful centerpiece!

Jenny said...

What a pretty centerpiece. I love all silver.

Chloe's Couture said...

Beautiful! I love silver that sparkles!!! Thanks so much for stopping by Chloe's Couture. Do you have any suggestions on how to make my slanted fireplace look more cottage? That is what I am going for, but don't know where to start!!!