Friday, December 11, 2009

Christmas Stand Complete ~

Remember this post?? Telling how I came to purchase these
felt pieces and circular discs at a college rummage sale.
Felt pieces for 50 cents in one department and the
wooden discs in another department all for $1.00.

Hubby finally got it finished for me last week.
I had to do a little *nice* hounding.
I told him Christmas would be over and it still wouldn't
be done at the rate we were going. lol
I love how it turned out~
although i have been in a minimulist
mood lately so not sure what I am going to do
with it ~ I have too much stuff sitting around and a lot of it
is going to have to go~
But didn't it turn out great?? I think so.
enjoy and blessings~


Primitive Seasons said...

Fantastic! Who would have thought with such simple supplies!!! Congratulations to you and hubs on a job well done.


Sweet Old Vintage said...

Well Sandi, hubby was busy baking those cookies...... LOL

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Sandi, that is just TOOO adorable to let go of! Or if you ever do, give me first crack at it! It is so perfect for your little villages and trees!

Angelic Accents

Piney Rose said...

Oh, it is darling!

Irene said...

It's great. maybe it would look great in your booth.

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Sooooo cute, Sandi! I love it! ♥

Tammy of Yarborough House said...

Looks great. Heck you could use it on a porch even if the house is a bit too crowded. I would look cool in the summer sporting some shells, candles and then room for some beverages..
I think it looks great right now..


Shabby Kim said...

Great job on your little tiered table Sandi. It looks fantastic and makes for a wonderful display piece for your little Christmas houses and trees. Almost like they are sitting on a mountain of snow!!

Lisa said...

LOVE IT!! You know if you need to get rid of it I sooooo have room at my house! hehe It is really great! Well Done.
Hugs, Lisa

Marydon Ford said...

Sandi ~ This is gorgeous! I love the presentation.

I posted our home the past 2 days & in a few days will do more ... don't you just love decorating like this for the Christmas celebration?

How are things going along up there?

Hugs & love ~ Marydon

June said...

I love this Sandi. You must see potential in everything you look at. I'm trying to train myself to do that better. I know I pass up a lot of cool stuff because I can't see past what it is.
Maybe you'll rub off a little of your creativity on me!

TheresainMS said...

What an amazing piece Sandi! Really creative use of basic supplies. From the comments it appears that you'd have no trouble getting someone to use it at their own home *haha*

I already have too much stuff but I could probably be persuaded to make room for this if you insist LOL! It really is a show-stopper of a display.

Have a wonderful weekend, Sandi :-)

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The Victorian Parlor said...


It's beautiful!



Betty said...

Yes, it certainly is beautiful...
Merry Christmas...Betty

Mary Ellen (megardengal) said...

Sandi I love your tiered piece! So clever! The little village pieces and such you have on it are adorable too!

Minimalist- what in the world is that???LOL


The Feathered Nest said...

Sandi!!! I JUST LOVE IT!!! What a wonderful idea...each and everything thing is so beautiful!!!! Wishing you a wonderful week ahead dear friend, xxoo, Dawn