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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Salty breezes are whispering my name.

Sorry for the lack of Blog, time to recharge the batteries.  There will be Blogs to come, only they will have to wait till next week.  Have a wonderful weekend my lovelies.  I'm off to the beach.  Enjoy, Heidi

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

French Market Baskets

Whether you are heading off to the Farmer's Market or heading off to the Beach, the French Market Basket is  a classic and timeless way to tote what you need.  They look great in the house as well, storing clutter to get it under control, like toys and magazines.  Every summer for the past 3 to 4 years now, I have carried a market basket as my purse and I LOVE it!  Everything fits in it, and I mean everything.  People complement me on it everywhere I go.  It is an absolute win win and now you can get your very own at The Nesting Co.  Enjoy, Heidi

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Friday, May 13, 2011

Rustic Romance.

This is my old soul speaking again.  This style is timeless and I never seem to tire of it.  
Enjoy your weekend my Lovely Bloggy Peeps.  Heidi

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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Pottery Barn Perfection

The Art of Display is one of my passions, this image below has me speechless.  Enjoy, Heidi

All Images on this post Via Pottery Barn

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Paint it Putty.

My mom's generation painted everything orange or avocado.  My generation painted everything white, then black and now putty.  Isn't it funny?  Enjoy, Heidi

Country Living

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Cover it in Rope.

A little trend I am seeing and liking.  It could be considered Nautical or even Cowboy, it's Rope.
Glue it on a plastic urn to create this look.
Martha Stewart  

Have an ugly lamp?  Slap some rope on it and Ta Dah.  New and improved Lamp.


Add some texture to your table scape by covering one of the vases or even up-cycle a bottle to create this great look.
Martha Stewart, found Here.

Maybe you have a piece of mirror laying around the house and a glue gun.  You find some  rope in the garage and this is what you create. 
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 This kind of stuff I like to call making a silk purse from a sow's (pig) ear.  I know that sounds gross, but that's how we talk in Texas.  Now go on and start gluing some rope on something.  Enjoy, Heidi