Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Last week I took a couple of days off and went to visit family and friends in West Texas. My first stop was at my talented friend Roxanne's home for the Society for the Preservation of Quaint Old Homes December meeting. SPQOH for short.

Mercury glass and a vintage glass glitter banner-a great combo!
(I think Brandy made the banner and she has an etsy store...)

Love it.


I was feeling the coordinating goin' on.

Roxanne hand painted the walls, made the mosaic framed mirrors and created that awesome tomato cage Christmas tree. You go girl!

Who knew a simple crab apple tree branch could look so awesome?

Roxanne sent us all home with pine tree cuttings for us to plant.

She taught us you could also plant these pine cones to sprout a tree.
I think they are just cute like this.
Roxanne has more photos on her blog.

I hope you all have a Quaint Christmas too!!



4 comments:

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

What a cleaver way to reuse pumpkins when they are still so pretty! I really liked the burlap chair. So pretty!

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your beautiful blog:)
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~Debra
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time worn interiors said...

She's got some cool looking things there! Thanks for sharing!
ToT

Prior said...

Love the pumpkin snow men! and everything else...especially the tomato cage tree! Lezlee