I can envision three sparkling ornaments of slightly varying sizes arranged in a manner that is pleasing to the eye (yes, I’m currently channeling an early 19th century Victorian housewife so read this first part with a British accent).
I LOVE your frame. I am constantly on the lookout for fabulous frames at thrift stores, yard sales, and antique shops (if they are inexpensive enough).
Paul. I already had a nail there for the frame, so the frame is on a nail and the ornament is suspended with fishing line from the same hook that the frame hangs from. I tried Command strips for the ornament but with all the sparkles on the ornament it didn’t work. ~ karen!
Wow..I think my guys would like this too..but where can I find a deer head like that down here in Pennsylvania?? This time of year we mostly see lots of real deer heads..laying on truck beds..or across the hoods of cars..Yeah it’s that season..Of course my guys would like one of those hanging on the wall with a frame around it also..me.not so much..
She made this by hanging her favorite ornament from the same nail that is holding the frame – whoever designed the ornament thought it should be hung with the deer facing up rather than mounted like a trophy.
I have a resin deer head that I love that I have mounted over the bed. I have been wanting to buy paper mache deer to lop off their heads and spray paint them and mount them too, but haven’t had the coupon from Michaels or the time to do it yet. This post makes me want to revisit that DIY.
Nope! Not the only one! Me too! He’s frightened! And even if they take him to a sanctuary, they should let him be with his parents to settle down! 7 months is old enough to know your parents! I feel bad for him!
No, you’re not the only one Karen, I couldn’t help but think that he probably had a little four poster bed and a lovely wardrobe of designer clothes at home and a set of tiny drums maybe. Still, he ‘s probably better off being with his own kind now. But gosh, he was the monkey of my dreams!