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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Antler Chandelier

Cabin decor. This is such a change from our home in Florida. Woodsy, rustic, rich colors, cozy feel,  let me know I'm somewhere else. Changes my whole attitude. Moose and dear, and bears...oh my!


Doggies, I don't think we're in Florida anymore!

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Lacrosse Sticks Drapery Poles



Repurpose your memorabilia.
Mr. Cabbage played Lacrosse at Cornell. These are his wooden sticks. It is illegal now to play with wooden sticks, they now use fiberglass. We use them as part of our window treatment. They make a unique curtain rod. They are antiques now!

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Old Wood Pallet into Frame

Turn an ugly old wood pallet into a rustic picture frame. Pull off four slats, miter cut the corners and attach. Use leftover wall paint and it will match your room perfectly. This sunflower oil was a birthday gift from my mother, and we brought it up to North Carolina and built the frame here. I'm thinking of doing a mirror next.

linking to: Bloggeritaville, Funky Junk Interiors

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Black Bear Tile Coasters

Make your own coasters. Trace an outline of a black bear on a leftover piece of tumbled stone tile. Fill in with black paint pen. Cut a piece of cork contact paper for the back. Here's my set on the wine bar.

Deck View


Geraniums on the deck overlooking the 9th hole on the golf course

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Happy Mother's Day!


Remembering my mother and how much she enjoyed her visits to North Carolina.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Conley Creek



Welcome Back...This is the little bridge we cross over as we enter into Smoky Mountain Country Club.
That's where our little "cabbage" lives. It is really a condo/townhouse, but we've made it our own mountain getaway in NC.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Wine Cork Mirror Frame


Save you wine corks and when you have enough, you can glue them to a piece of plywood and add a mirror. Trim the edges with molding. Stain or paint the way you want. Now you have a customized mirror for above your wine bar. Don't forget to write the dates on the corks from special occasions; weddings, anniversaries, cruises, and you'll have a great keepsake as well. Larry and I made this while here at the "cabbage" in North Carolina.

linking to http://toolsareforwomentoo.blogspot.com/ and My Romantic Home

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Happy MAY DAY!

Hiking in Deep Creek in Bryson City, NC, the entrance to Smoky Mountain National Park.