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Duncan Meerding Expands His Cracked Log Lamp Range - Helen Edwards Writes

We are craving a connection with nature in our homes, the designs from Duncan Meerding including his Cracked Log Lamp and Stump Lamp are giving you this in droves

DIY lanterns lex - if you do a beach wedding we can borrow their sand haha.... If you want the candles, this may work without the wind blowing them out.... Maybe :)

Message In A Bottle

The idea of using old bottles and jars (or even bulbs) as a decoration object rather than a pragmatic container of cold water or jam was under favour of our loving moms; reviving the window bays an…

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Tähän vuodenaikaan tuntuu luontevalta miettiä tulevia pimeitä päiviä ja iltoja ja miten pimeytyy saisi valoa.

Decorate the outside of flower hanging baskets with white Christmas lights and fill them with anything Christmas-y. Mix lights with the filling as well. Can look classy...

Favorite Ideas for Decorating Outdoors For Christmas?

Maybe it’s that stores have been blasting Christmas music since Halloween, or that my festive neighbors have had green and red lights illuminating their bushes for weeks, but with Thanksgiving under our (bulging) belts, I’m looking forward to entering the next holiday season. Not ready for a Christmas tree, but ready to trade out the gourds and pumpkins for a little outdoor holiday flair. But every year I wonder if there is a way to do it that doesn’t look tacky?