Friday, January 23, 2015

A Stitchy Winter Vignette

Happy Friday !
This winter vignette is in our family room on a long sofa table..

 Last night I finished stitching this Snow Sampler by Country Cottage Needleworks.. I found the frame last year on clearance $2.00 at Hobby Lobby . It is a regular picture frame and the glass was broken. I got the glass out and backed the back of the frame with a brown gingham check. I used magnets on the gingham and sheet metal on the stitching so I can reuse the frame if I have another design that fits :)
 The silver tree I found at Ross on clearance for $3.00 ..A vintage scale , silver trays , pedestal plate and basket are all thrift store..rummage sale finds.
 Love the little snowy lit cabin ..
 The book page wreath is hanging over the everyday print to make it more festive .. This was a really quick design to stitch up ..
Thanks so much for your visit !  I Hope you have a wonderful day !

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Linking to these fabulous parties !


Becky said...

Love this. You are such a good decorator and inspiration.

Susan Newbigging said...

Love the earth tone colors. I especially love the paper cone wreath.

Barbi said...

I have this project in my stitching stash. I really like that frame. What a great deal on that silver tree from Ross! I love getting Christmas things for fraction of the cost.

Pondside said...

This little vignette is lovely - like a visit to the Christmas season but without all the hype and stress!

Karen said...

Such a lovely vignette. The snow sampler looks great. I'm going to have to get that chart.

Maggee said...

Great visit, as always! Must look for frames to repurpose! Thanks for the inspiration!

Dru Pendlebury said...

Your display is magnificent !!!!! You did another great job ☺️

Barb said...

What a beautiful project!

Robin Johnson said...

The whole display and so pretty. And your stitching project is making me want to try my hand at cross stitching again - haven't done it in years and years.