From Framed Lobelia to Framed Christmas Greenery

I love it when some of my decorating props can be used for different seasons!

Barnwood Framed Lobelia www.organizedclutterqueen.blogspot.com
Yes, I'm talking about my most viewed garden post of 2013.  The barnwood framed lobelia bucket.

Temperatures here in northern Minnesota are dropping, and we have a little of the white stuff on the ground.



The fall decor is all put away.  Time to work on the covered patio/front door area before it's too cold.

Barnwood Framed Christmas Greenery www.organizedclutterqueen.blogspot.com
 Here is the barnwood frame all decked out for the winter season.  I have filled the bucket with purchased treetop bundles, and dogwood and birch branches from the yard.  The simple, buffalo plaid  bow completes this spot next to my front door.

Barnwood Framed Christmas Greenery www.organizedclutterqueen.blogspot.com
I am still working on the rest of the decorations under the covered patio/front porch, but it will be coming soon!





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11 comments:

  1. I love this idea. You are so clever and so into Christmas already. I really need to get my act in gear. Hugs, marty

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  2. Gorgeous Carlene! Let me know if you want any snow for the branches... :)

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  3. Carlene . . . I ABSOLUTELY LOVE the red/black "buffalo plaid" ribbon you have used on your lovely, natural tree-top bundles. The barn-wood frame is also a great addition to the display! Well done!

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  4. Love it! The greenery, ribbon, frame...everything! Very creative.

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  5. Hi Carlene,
    I am loving this so far and cannot wait to see more. Love the buffalo plaid ribbon.
    Kris

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  6. Oh my, we've finally got pretty fall leaves. No snow here!
    Brenda

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  7. Love the ribbon and the arrangement - can hardly wait to see what's next.
    Mary

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  8. So pretty Carlene! The bow is the perfect POP of colorful for the dreary winter months ahead!

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  9. How fun Carlene! I love that frame with greenery in it as much as I did the lobelia! I'm jealous of your snow and I miss the red ochere dogwood! Nice job!

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  10. These are great! and yet cheap what a wonderful idea for Christmas Decorations

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  11. What an awesome Idea for plants and christmas decor. Thanks so much for the inspiration my friend

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