Tuesday, September 16, 2008

That's one spooky tree!

This project was so much fun! Susie posted about this project on her blog and I knew I had to make one too. We took the kids out to a nearby park for a nature walk to find a 'spooky' branch for our tree. It was a beautiful day and a fun little adventure for us all. I had all the items I needed on hand for this project except for the crows (Dollar Store) and the branch (nature trail :) . The little lanterns were from the dollar bin at Target last year, I just spray painted them black. Love 'em! For specific steps on how to do this project be sure to check out Susie's blog. She's a very talented person. Love so many of her ideas!


mollyandmarshal said...

I love the spooky tree, but I especially love the lanterns you have hanging from it! So creative!

Chris said...

I just saw your comment on my blog, so I popped on over. Let me tell you, I. am. in. love!! I keep going back to look at pictures over and over! I LOVE your dining room chairs that you finished. The material is PERFECT! I think I've found my new best friend! :)

Shannon said...

This turned out so good and you have the perfect spot! I love it! I love the lanterns!!

Lindsay said...

I came across your blog today and this tree is so cute! Very creative :-)

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Tokyo Tower(Image) changed light up in commemoration of the 50th anniversary on December 2.

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