October 25, 2009

The Christmas Stars...



A bit of Christmas inspiration struck, and
it was finally time to put some of my frames
to use!



And I also took a little more




inspiration




from a classic carol.






Well, they might not shine





quite as brightly as the star that





the Three Wisemen followed...




...but they will add just the right amount
of sparkle and inspiration to my wall for
the holidays!

ASPTL


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61 comments:

  1. What a terrific idea and creative use for your frames! They look great! Pinky

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  2. Ooooooooo, I need to find some more wall space. What a cool idea.
    Debbie

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  3. Those are awesome!!

    Love that you took the words form the song, and absolutely love that last frame with the curved top.

    blessings
    Barbara jean

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  4. Never saw anything like that. Thanks for showing some Christmas. I'm not enjoying the Halloween decorations so much.

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  5. How delightful!!! I just got back from the beach and every time I saw a starfish, I thought of all the glitter ones! I bought a few...but a lot of them smelled nasty!
    Rhonda

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  6. I love your Christmas stars.. That add a bit of sparkle..

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  7. Awesome...
    You are just one little creative woman :)
    I appreciate you sharing all your great ideas.
    Deb :)

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  8. No matter how you display your starfish, I am always floored. I am amazed that you can also use them for Christmas. And you always find the best frames. Love these!!!

    xoxo
    Janie

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  9. i cannot even tell you in words how enchanting i find this...what a sweet idea...i really love this!!!

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  10. love these frames, and what a great way to use them, very creative

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  11. I LOVE this!! How do you come up with such beautiful and original ideas?!!

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  12. Now that is what I call a cooooooooool idea!! Really different , but conveys a lot and also gives a feeling of sparkly happiness.

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  13. Cauuuuute frames , love the starfish !
    Kammy

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  14. Awww, this is so creative and sweet. I love the wording you chose...just amazed at your creativity!
    Susan

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  15. Muy lindos... no se cual escoger, me encantan todos!

    Te mando un beso

    cielo

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  16. They are SOooo beautiful! I love "star with royal beauty bright". Very nice!!

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  17. This is exactly why I love visiting around today. Perfect for my frames that I just don't know what to do with anymore. White! I love it.

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  18. That is such a great idea. The frames look fabulous like that! Great job!

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  19. I LOVE that!
    You are so clever!
    Amazingly simple and beautiful.

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  20. Lovely job, That's a wonderful transformation of frames! Great Met post! Stop by for a visit soon!
    Michelle

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  21. Love the white frames and the SHINE!

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  22. These are so lovely...a great way to display old frames

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  23. That looks so pretty! Your frames are so interesting, each one unique. I wonder where you got all the star fish? I'm trying to give it a little more time before I start thinking about Christmas, but this is a lovely idea! Thanks for sharing today!
    XO
    Heidi- Heart and Home

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  24. You're in the mood early! I always know when I visit you I'm going to see some sparkle and shine! And you never let me down!
    Brenda

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  25. Your blog is simply amazing! I found your link through A Soft Place to Land last week and have been addicted to your site ever since. Hard to believe that so many different and absolutely wonderful blogs link up in one place every week.

    I have so much to learn. :)

    -Francesca

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  26. These are so pretty, such a transformation from dull star fish.

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  27. What a wonderful idea!! Don't you just love starfish?!!? Thanks for sharing the pics with us. :)

    ~ Wendy
    http://Crickleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  28. Those are absolutely perfect in their simplicity!! Love them!... Donna

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  29. Sparkly awesomeness you got goin' on there....just right for Christmas :)
    peace.

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  30. This looks amazing. I love the starfish. What kind of glitter do you use?? It is amazing. Have a fabulous day.
    xxoo Valarie

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  31. These are truly beautiful and uplifting.

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  32. b e a u t i f u l

    no need to say more!

    sarah

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  33. They are lovely. :) Simple, chic, creative statement. Visiting from Kimba's party. :)

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  34. So cute!

    Will you please vote for me? I'm in a color contest, and you can only vote for 24 hours today.

    Thanks!
    xo xo

    http://contests.apartmenttherapy.com/2009/color/main/faceoff/56

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  35. I love those frames and the seastars. They have just the right amount of bling on them. They're beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  36. Love the innovative use of the frames...and I'm ready for Christmas, too! Well, not ready, but you know. :)

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  37. So pretty! I really love that last frame!!

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  38. I just love those glittered seastars! I tried to do it myself once, turned out a big mess, not pretty I tell you. But you are a master at it!

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  39. OH MY!!!! I sooo love what you have done!!!! It is definitely inspirational!!! *and the pun is intended... i think that is how you say it? This is the most wonderful Christmas idea! This also needs to go in a Somerset Magazine!

    Oh, I agree, after having our Orange Tabby I must say I have wondered if all Orange Tabby's are so fun?

    Oh! did you do three frames to represent the Three Wise Men? Am I sloooow!?

    Hugs,
    Mary

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  40. The frames look great, especially with that wall color. Thanks so much for your comment on my blog!

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  41. Ohhhhh that is Gorgeous! I love glitter and love frames and together they are beautiful! Awesome!

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  42. What a pretty idea! Always enjoy seeing what you create.

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  43. Oh, gorgeous and so creative! Those white frames were pretty to begin with and you made them very special for the holidays. Just lovely!

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  44. I'm obsessed with pencil starfish! I LOVE this idea...off to find some frames;)

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  45. How gorgeous! You are so talented and have such an inspiring blog.

    Thank you for visiting my blog.
    I always enjoy hearing from you you and I really appreciate it.

    Many Blessings, ~Melissa :)

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  46. I just love coming over here to see you - you're always up to something cute and shiny! Oh, how I love those glittery stars and the words to the Christmas song on them is genius! Thanks for popping in to see me. My cabinet was a little embarrassed being in nekked and all but I dressed her as quickly as I could. :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  47. What prettiness! I love the frames with your starfish - and the words of the carol. Perfect!

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  48. WOW-SEY!!! Now I just need tofind an old frame & in the laundry room a new creation! TYSM I love your inspiring me.

    Can you imagine that wolf paw is the probably bigger than that chihuahua? OMG!

    TY for popping by!
    Have a wonderful week. TTFN ~Marydon

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  49. That is so sweet. Are you going to keep them up all year round or just for Christmas?

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  50. What a great idea! Even after the holidays, the framed starfish sure would look pretty.
    ~Michelle

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  51. Beautiful! So pretty, but simple. Love it. You could even replace the stars (and the sayings) with starfish for the rest of the year. Love those frames! :)

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  52. Oh my. I loooove that. So sweet and simple and pretty, and words on it too! :) awesome.

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  53. Thanks for stopping by. I love the stars. Such a great idea.

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  54. I love them! It seems like so many bloggers are getting the Christmas itch this week... and I'm enjoying every inspirational post :).

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  55. Oh, how I love the classic simplicity of your wall art! So beautiful and great idea to use the words to the old carol. Love it.

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