11 December 2012

. . . evolution . . .

. . . just a tiny bit 
of tooting my own horn today . . .



. . . because it only 
took me five days . . . 
{i sort of followed the filler, thriller, spiller rule of floral arrangement}
. . . some evergreen garland 
and a few lights . . .
{filler}



. . . plenty 
{probably too much ~ may reduce next year}
 of ruffly poufy meshy stuff . . .
{more filler}



. . . biggie size ornaments . . .
{thriller}



. . . and the finishing touch ~
lots of little picks . . .
{spiller}
. . . i even tried 
to revive my old wreath
 with some red poufs 
and a giant peppermint . . .
{maybe i'll work on a new one next year ~ and maybe i won't}


. . . i almost feel like my entry 

{and now, just like on top chef, "time's up, utensils down, hands up." 
i will not talk about this any more! promise . . .}


8 comments:

Sherrill said...

I happen to think it's beautiful (OK so maybe I AM drunk..NOT)!! Where do you get those giant-sized candies?

cammac said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE

Carol said...

You did an amazing job!

Anonymous said...

Fabulous. I LOVE It.
Frani

jckhadlocks said...

I wanna grow up to be just like you! So creative and perfect!

Nanette Merrill said...

It is fantastic. What every girl would want her door to look like. Pin away people.

Julie Woods said...

I love it!!! My favorite door entry decoration, it is amazing. Where do you find the big decoration?

sandalloons40 said...

love the door. Don't you just love doors. Fanastic! I was dropping by to say hello. merry christmas and wondering if you did your door. cute!