The simple pleasures of home shine brighter
when the spirit of God intertwines our hearts
with His gentle Joy.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

From A Bird's View. . .

While attending a local Spring Open House,
I was inspired to create a new look 
for my dining room chandelier.

Using the faux twig branches 
that adorn my Lodge Tree at Christmas On Crooked Creek.
I wound the branches around the base of the chandelier pole
and arranged them to go up toward the ceiling 
and then down toward the dining room table.

Next, I added a 6 ft. twiggy garland
with deep rose hydrangea blooms. . .

                                                                                            . . .and a bird's nest!

I adore the chartreuse hue 
of the faux leaves that intertwine amongst the branches!

Additional twiggy branches with chartreuse blossoms 
were inserted to give more fullness and visual appeal 
to the chandelier arrangement! 

Now, On Crooked Creek
the interior dining room chandelier 
mimics the beginnings of Springs exterior arrival!

Until next time. . .
Spring Event #2 . . . April 17 ~ 20!

A special "thank you" to Debbie and April
@ Memories Of Home for inspiring me  through all your
amazing interior design during your Spring Open House!

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