Hello everyone and happy Friday!
I wanted to share some of the things I found at IKEA. (Warning: picture heavy post)
My husband took the IKEA pics with his IPhone. I didn't bring my camera. He thought it would be cute to show me shopping. LOL!
So here I am enjoying everything around me........(Please forgive me for posting these corny shots.)
Now.......you want to see what I bought?
I fell in love with these little grey and white cones. They are Christmas ornaments, but I used them on my mantel. (I know.....yet another change on my mantel. It's a sickness, I tell ya!)
I also bought these cute little metal planters. They look like paper, don't they?
And because I changed this all around, I added some little Christmas balls to the branches in the pitcher.
Now, you're probably wondering where did the little burlap stocking go that was hanging in the middle? I found another great spot for it in the sitting room.
And, where did the little gift tag banner go that was hanging on this chest? Why it went in the kitchen, of course!
Do you like the yarn wreath I made? I made pom poms and tied them all around a wreath form. It's shaggy because I didn't shape the pom poms, but I like how it turned out. It's a fun craft!
Are you keeping up with all my changes so far? LOL!
OK, back in the family room, I added this gorgeous fluffy romantic looking blanket. This is what I went to IKEA for in the first place!
I have it draped over the arm of a chair, but it can even be used at the foot of a bed since it's large enough. It's actually stretchy!
And while we're in this room, thought I'd throw in this pic of my old galvanized container dressed up for Christmas too.
I found these cute little furry hanging hearts for my tree too. IKEA had a lot of Swedish inspired Christmas decorations. Perfect for my theme!
Then, I found these cute Christmas (Swedish inspired again) dish towels.
And last but not least, this adorable grey and white yarn wreath. (I added the red ribbon.) It's hanging on a bread board on the wall.
Are you still here? I haven't lost you by now, I hope! IKEA is very inexpensive, BTW. If you ever get a chance to go, you should. It's also huge, so wear comfortable shoes.
Hope you all have a great weekend!
Thanks for stopping by.
~ Kelly ~