Thursday, July 27, 2006

Corners of my Home~Bedroom III

Wow, what a terrible blogger I have been lately...there has just been so much going on lately, such as:
~buying 25 lbs of sour cherries for freezing
~getting together my vintage button swap package
~taking son for a doctor's appointment
~painting shutters a new color
~getting a birthday surprise package ready
~working on the tote bag, which is still not finished
~some garage sales
~watching Stephanie horseback ride
~enjoying the pool to escape the heat
But I have managed to pull something together for 'Corners of my Home'.
This is a little antique clock in my bedroom that I love even though it no longer works.

Here, below, is the dresser it sits on along with some photographs, fabric covered boxes, and hatstand. Beneath is an old suitcase that I use for storing scrapbooking supplies.

This is a hat I wore when very little...my sister had a matching one with a blue ribbon...

The bed is white iron with brass (actually bought new!) and over it hangs some wreaths...

To make this, I cut a branch and entwined it with some grapevines. Then I glued some artificial apples to each wreath and hung them from the branch with ribbon.

I do have a few garage sale finds I will post soon.

Have a great day!

18 comments:

  1. My favorite thing about Thursday...Debbie's Corners. It's always such a treat. I don't know how you can do all you do and still make and keep things looking so beautiful. You're an inspiration for sure.

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  2. What a charming room! I love the dresser! Is that an antique?

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  3. I love your "corners!" It sounds like you have had a busy but fun week! Your clock and hat rack are just darling and I LOVE the wreath trio above your bed!! Thank you for sharing such lovely photos of your home with us.
    Kelli

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  4. Dear Debbie I love it when you share corners of your home !!! What a beautiful bedroom and I love the little wreaths over your bed. Clarice

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  5. Love your dresser!! gorgeous.

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  6. I always enjoy the pictures of your home! It seems to be such a lovely home! :-)

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  7. You seem to have such a lovely home. I'm always amazed at how neat and tidy all the corners of your home are. Like every object has its special place. I love the hat! Very sweet!
    Have a great weekend!

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  8. I had that same dresser...now my daughter has it. She used it growing up and we gave it to her to start her furnishings. Painted though...in a very pale shabby pink. It was always painted. It is nice to see what it would look like with no paint.

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  9. I love that little hat. I had one quite similar when I was a child but it was a flatter style and my ribbon was yellow. It was my Sunday School hat.

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  10. Very pretty!! I love the branch with the wreaths hanging from it.

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  11. Everything is really lovely as usual Debbie.
    It sounds like you've been busy living a full life. Good for you! I think that's what makes your blog so interesting.
    Can't wait to see all the lovely baked things you make with all those cherries!

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  12. How busy you have been! I love your things, pretty as always. I'd love to visit your house, it must be like looking through one of those inspirational home magazines. You are very clever to make such wonderful finds and turn them into beautiful things. Blessings.

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  13. Anonymous11:57 AM

    Debbie, is the clock set at a special time that is of great importance to you? I wonder. Beautiful bedroom corners.
    ~Jody

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  14. The clock looks very lovely to me. :)

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  15. The clock looks very lovely to me. :)

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  16. Anonymous4:56 PM

    Debbie, is the clock set at a special time that is of great importance to you? I wonder. Beautiful bedroom corners.
    ~Jody

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  17. I had that same dresser...now my daughter has it. She used it growing up and we gave it to her to start her furnishings. Painted though...in a very pale shabby pink. It was always painted. It is nice to see what it would look like with no paint.

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  18. What a charming room! I love the dresser! Is that an antique?

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