We return once more, like every Sunday, to share with you in our decorative week those blogs that in the last seven days have especially called our attention for their findings, their inspiration or their interesting experiences.
As you can see most of us have taken advantage of these holidays to engage in Christmas decoration of our house. Ana de Decoro with little tells us that she plans to repeat the same from last year, trees with magazines, but incorporating some new details. As the work we see in the image above shows, already finished. He has added some balls and butterflies, all taken from a strip bought in the Chinese for only 0.75.
In A house for two, they have also put trees, in this case two. One of them, the one in the living room, is classic in style: a large green spruce with red bows and balls. And the other one, which they have placed in the hall, is smaller, white in color with blue and silver details and looks great within a bright flower pot.
In general, we have seen many trees and very few cribs on our tour, to say none. Of course we have also found other typical elements of these dates, such as garlands. Macarena Gea shows us how we can make a very simple one with fabric circles; Actually, the idea can be useful for any date simply by changing the colors.
No doubt the boots hanging from the fireplace waiting for gifts are another of the most common elements of this Anglo-Saxon Christmas that we have finally adopted. Marcela, of Colorín Colorado, has made some beautiful reusing old sweaters.
In Core's granddaughter we also see another idea of reuse, in this case crochet rugs. Simply spray them with starch spray so that they become the most Christmas decorations.
And there is no doubt that everything made by hand is valued more and more. This has been understood by Nuria, from Diario de una couturier, who has considered learning to weave as one of the challenges for 2011 and has already signed up for a school in Barcelona.
And with this good purpose, we say goodbye, remembering, as always, that if you also have a personal blog, or know any that you think is of interest to our decorative week, we would love you to share it with us by writing to editors @ decoesfera.com. Until Sunday.