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Simple and Sparkly

Saturday, December 11, 2010

The style of my home to define it?  I enjoy so many different styles when it comes to home decor.  All things dressy and pretty, elegant and timeless, touches of French, a bit of cottage, a little bit rustic, and simple...simple is always nice.  And definitely warm and has to be welcoming and comfortable. 

This centerpiece is on my kitchen table.  Usually leaning to this style more than any other, even my kitchen decor can be a bit "dressy".  This centerpiece,  though it has an elegant look is also a bit casual, even with all the sparkle!  Being a bit dressy and a bit casual...this could be used most anywhere...don't you think!?

Using an octagon shaped mirror as the base, I added a sliver jingle bell wreath on top of the mirror. 

In the center of the jingle bell wreath, I placed a glass hurricane vase.  Inside the vase I added some sparkly snow and a few acorn ornaments. 

On either side, there are crystal candle holders with glitter snow in the base.

Mirror Base - Michaels/Silver Jingle Bell Wreath - TJ Maxx/Acorns - Black Lion/Glitter snow - Michaels

 I hope you like this centerpiece!  Please leave a comment...they are always so encouraging...
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  1. What beautiful Christmas sparkles! Love those frosted acorns!

  2. Great sparkly vignette. Glad I came back to see if I had any new links at the party. Thanks so much for sharing this at my party and if you would add a link to it next time. Thanks so much.

  3. So charming ~ I love the silvery acorns! Just beautiful! Thank you for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday this week!

  4. Hi Cindy! This is so beautiful and I love how glittery it all looks. Thanks so much for linking up to Inspiration Friday! :-)

  5. What a beautiful vignette...come by and share it at my Chrisymas Open House on the 16th...hope to see ya there:)



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