Wednesday, October 08, 2008


Wire Halloween Tree

Hi everyone! First I want to thank you all for your prayers and support, it truly kept me sane during these last few days. I loved opening my email every day to so many loving thoughts and stories. Blog land is so wonderful that way!

Things are slowly getting back to normal, and I have been trying to keep busy. My version of the Glitter Lady's wire tree is done and is sporting some scary ghouls, ghosts, ribbons and spiders. I am working on few more spooky items to add to this display. I'll share them another day.





Here is the finished TV nook. We found a buffet that fit perfect and I really like how it turned out. These nooks can be tricky and expensive to find furniture for. Once I finally stopped looking for an "entertainment center" there were all kinds of furniture pieces to choose from.


9 comments:

Julie said...

Aimee
Welcome back! I love your spooky tree and the tv stand looks great. I've been looking for something different for my tv I like this idea. Now I'll be looking at everything for ideas..
julie

the undomesticated wife said...

I'm glad you are doing well!

Your tree turned out so cute! So did the nook! We have a nook as well, and I have an old antique chifferobe in there that we use as an entertainment center. The nook is next to the fireplace. So that means it's hard to arrange furniture...do you arrange it so it's centered on the nook or the fireplace? I wonder what builders are thinking when they design these things. LOL

Valarie said...

Oooo the tree looks really cool and spooky!

bgoodreau said...

I love what I saw. Your Halloween should be fun! enjoy.

Kandi

my thrifty victorian home said...

Just love the tree and the nook. I love the luggage stack next to it!

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Emily said...

Love the "entertainment center"...We have a 50 in plasma and need one...WHERE did you get it? We need doors for little fingers are loving the dvd, etc. THanks!!!