Debbiedoo's is having a Copy Cat Christmas Party!!
A while back...I ran across this picture on pinterest
I loved the simplistic classic look of it!
Plus it is the same picture Debbiedoo herself used to copy...
and beautifully I might add...
but I know that I saw it first! Ha! HA!
My intent was not to copy it exactly...until I was invited to Debbiedoo's party...
because now I CAN copy and totally show it off at the party!
One of the most challenging parts of blogging for me....is pictures!
It takes me forever to figure out which ones I want to use...so I'm not going to be selective...I'm just going to show you a whole slew of them!
It's amazing how many views and angles you can take of one single little window!
Here is my copy cat version....
Doesn't need much explanation
Some fresh greenery...
Hi...see me there in the bulb....in my jammies
Next time I'll remember to get a makeover...before a photo shoot of reflective objects!
I love this beautiful bird! I just purchased it (actually 2 of them) for my dining room table scape, so I am actually on the prowl for a bright red cardinal to replace him...I am missing my traditional red (just a touch of it) in this window anyway...so that would be the perfect punch of color!
Oh and there I am in the bird too.....here...I'll just bring ya in a little closer!
oh....maybe you might like this angle?
note to self....dry and buff your sink the next time you take a picture of your window!
I liked the pots next to the sink in the original photo...I happened to have these silver tea pots in storage...I went through a time of collecting vintage silver at yard sales...so I dug them out.
I love bling at Christmas and I always love vintage and cheap so I think they are a great copy cat
version of the originals!
This next picture is a good example of the dreary-ness of the day!
However imagine with me, if you will, those trees, especially the pines...covered in snow...now that will make a purdy picture!
And there you have it!
Now, why don't you follow me on over to the party!
here is the source for the original photo