Tuesday, November 27, 2012

wire fencing...

I have this roll of vintage wire fencing...
which I LOVE...


so...
I put it in my dining room for valances.


here is the window before...



I just nailed it up...







I love it!


here is the other window before...


and after.
I am happy with it...
maybe I will hang some vintage ornaments from it for Christmas.




I am joining these parties...
Knick of Time's, Tuesday's
The Farmhouse Porch, Cowgirl Up Link Party
Coastal Charms. Nifty Thrifty Tuesday's
The Ironstone Nest's, Transformation Tuesday's
Savvy Southern Style's, Wow Us Wednesday's
Ivy and Elephant's, What's It Wednesday's 
Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olsen's, Share your cup Thursday's
The Shabby Creek Cottage's. Trasnsformation Thursday's
The Vintage Farmhouse's, Creative Things Thursday's
French Country's Feathered Nest Friday's
My Romantic Homes, Show and Tell Friday's
Chic on a Shoestring Decorating's Flaunt it Fridays
The Charm of Home's, Home Sweet Home
Common Ground's, Vintage Inspiration Friday
At the Picket Fence's, Inspiration Friday
Stuff and Nonsense's, Friday's Unfolded
Rooted In Time's, Simple and Sweet Friday's
Jennifer Rizzo's, Creative Friday


23 comments:

  1. I like the tool box, it says "woman at work"; the wire valances look great and you are right, I think Christmas ornaments would look cute hanging from them.

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  2. I love it too and I love your smocked curtains!

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  3. It definitely gives it a little more interest.... looks good!

    Enjoy your Day~

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  4. Very pretty, Stefanie! They almost look like leaded glass windows now. Love the curtains and wallpaper, too!

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  5. Love it. It`s so decorative.

    Hugs

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  6. Stephanie what a brilliant idea! Just the right touch!Your curtains are so pretty too!
    xx
    Anne

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  7. Love this idea Stefanie,Very pretty.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  8. love it - it's perfectly vintage and shabby looking.

    Enjoy the blessings of the season!
    Leann

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  9. That is lovely indeed! :D I think its not only a neat idea but looks fab!

    Hugs,

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  10. Love it Stefanie

    so very creative, it looks wonderful

    xo
    Kate

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  11. Oh my gosh! We have similar tastes. I have a roll of that fencing and I just asked hubby if he would help me attach it above our French doors to put plates behind. Hoping to do it after I get the Christmas decorating done. I also have smocked curtains like those (only burlap) hanging in my family room. The fencing is so cute as a valance. I have seen a couple of other blogs with those French cup holders. I want one so badly. I would love if you shared this with my party, Share Your Cup Thursday.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  12. Oh how unique I love the wire fencing up . looks great

    I spotted some rhinestone face clocks on your green desk ??

    I collect those looking for a green or turquoise one , I think? better go look

    Janice

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  13. Found you through Savvy Southern. Love this so very, very much.

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  14. So imaginative and just lovely! You're right, it would look great with vintage ornaments in the colors of your wall paper hanging from it. Love it!

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  15. I really like that fencing, very clever you are!! It looks great!!!

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  16. Oh I love your idea!!! I have some in my booth for sale...I will pass on this cute idea.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  17. I love that idea!

    Thank you for sharing it.

    Carolyn

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  18. Thanks for sharing this creative idea on Simple & Sweet Fridays. I love how it looks next to your curtains!


    Jody

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  19. Love this! Thank you for joining HSH!
    Sherry

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    I hope you can make it!

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