Tuesday, November 3, 2015

White Livingroom - Etagere part 2

Morning Sweet Friends,

How are you today??  

Enjoying November...wow, the year
is moving on quickly....isn't it??

November is quite a busy month at our
 house, with Scott and Megans birthday's
and our Anniversary, then Thanksgiving
 of course, and Christmas shopping........
So once we are done having fun and rest,
we will hit the ground running next week.

We have started our Christmas shopping
at least, so that is a good thing, and I have
been pondering what I am gonna do for
a centerpiece for our Thanksgiving table,
and for dinner itself.  So with all the rest
I am getting my creative juices are really
flowing.  For those who missed the post,
hubby has been off  from work and we
 have been having a lil break from the
normal and having fun and resting to
celebrate our 45th Anniversary. It has
been a sweet gift to ourselves,  I have
to say. I prepared some post ahead of
time,  and this is one of them!

So hope you enjoy it.....

This picture was made from a free printable
I got online, and I had written down the blog
but somehow misplaced  lost it. If it belongs
to you or if you happen to know the blog,
please let me know so I can give credit
where credit it due........as this was such
a pretty drawing and the person who did
it is very talented, so I want others to
 know who she is..........

Posterized affect

Poster edges affect

Photocopy affect

Am just realizing that there were pics I took, 
 that never got edited or uploaded to this 
Maybe I can share them another time.


Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz said...

November can be a busy one can't it! Things seem to fly by for me too. My son's birthday is coming up and beore I know it it's Thanksgiving! I don't have much of a list for Christmas shopping so I haven't started yet. I like the pretty images from your etagere. The floral pick tucked in the side of the pitcher looks great- I may have to borrow that idea!!

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Love all the pretty white, especially that pitcher ideas with the floral pick. Great tip.

Unknown said...

Hi, Nellie! Liz introduced me to your blog, so I wanted to reach out and say hi. Your photo effects are so fun...something I haven't tried but maybe should. Now that I see how interesting it makes a post, I might play around with that. Your white dishes are beautiful, and the pumpkin, too. Blessings~
Kim @ Curtain Queen Creates

sistersusiesays said...

Yes! A busy month with the family celebrations! For Thanksgiving, I have a big porcelain turkey and a pumpkin with a stem you can lift and put goodies inside! You can have them. I never use them. Love you all, Susan

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

I can't believe it's already November! So pretty Nellie, love your different picture effects.

Carol@BlueskyatHome said...

Thanks for sharing your photography ideas at Your Inspired Designs Link Party

Mary K. said...

Nellie, that is such a very pretty drawing. Hope you find out who did it. I love how you have those little pumpkins dangling off of the pitcher. Very creative indeed. Have a great weekend.

Unknown said...

That drawing/art is gorgeous. I would love to know where you found that at. The whites are beautiful.

Cinderella Moments said...

Hi Nellie! It's so great to hear from you again. It's been such a busy time for me. I was going to slow things down a bit. But now you say you already started Christmas shopping! I better get to it too.
Your white dishes are beautiful. I love the picture too. And those finials are adorable.
I have been told by tons of people that living in Florida on the beach is scary! So I'm thinking I should get a second house there. And have a house to go to here in Texas in case of bad weather. Hey! God can do anything. I'm not putting any limits on him!
Anyways, sounds like you are about to have tons of fun this month! Enjoy!
I'll be back soon to see what you are up to.
big hugs♥,

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Have a still and restful day, Hugs, Nellie Sharing with: Between Naps on the Porch A Stroll thru Life Karins Kottage