Did your front door look as bare as mine did after taking down the Christmas wreath? I just couldn't take it anymore. I had a grapevine wreath up in the attic with some old, worn out Valentine's decor on it. So I ripped all of that off and headed to my local Michael's (Hobby Lobby just didn't have what I needed this time) and found a couple of pussy willow sprigs on sale. So I brought them home, dismantled the sprigs into individual little twigs and glued them on. I think it made a nice, simple winter wreath. And it only cost me about $4!
Next, I finally got pictures uploaded to my new digital frame that my sweet hubby got me for Christmas. I love it! My new memory card holds *thousands* of photos and I can't wait to fill it up with more favorites to enjoy while I'm cooking (I put it in my kitchen).
In the kiddos'/guest bath the shower curtain was needing a little help. One of my shower curtain rings had broken and one of the holes on the liner had ripped, so there were a couple of sags going on. I didn't like that! So I took off all of the (old, cheap) rings and tossed them, then I tied ribbons in their place, punching a new hole in the torn liner to keep it from sagging. I thought about getting a new one, but this one still looks virtually new. I like the way the ribbons gave an extra touch of color that flows with the rest of the room's decor.
Now this weekend I'll be working on making our *family rules* to post in the kitchen. I got some great scrapbook paper (on sale for .20 each!) and a nice frame at the antique shop ($3). I'm planning to make my own version of this. Hopefully I'll have the finished product to show in a day or so!
Have a great and creative weekend!!
This post is linked to Show & Tell Friday at My Romantic Home.