Take away the glitter, and this one could stay up all year! Isn't that soft teal pretty with the leaves?
It had a whole room vignette and tree to match, too:
Again, you can barely see the tree under all that stuff, but I like the color scheme and fabric textures.
This one looks so...foresty. In a good way. I love the lavender bunches and moss.
It was fun seeing wreaths in just about every style imaginable. From traditional:
...to old world elegant:
(The wreath is made of small bits of drift wood.)
I think this one was even trying to be steampunk:
With, er, limited success.
(New goal: Make a steampunk wreath!)
Here's another classic:
And some more sparkles:
And finally, these large floor vase thingies were in the museum lobby, and I fell HARD for them:
Look at that snowy, glittery prettiness!!
I want my entire world to look like this. I'm having to restrain myself from painting everything I own white and dousing it in glitter. :D
Which reminds me: this was the table scape next to it:
Yep. Time to stock up on white spray paint and silver ornaments, pronto. I wonder if I can find that many branches in my back yard...
*If you want to see the rest of my photos from the Festival, head over to my Flickr album.
Oh, and hey, I used that gold deco mesh (look at me, using the right name for it!) on our back tree - both for garland and for the topper - and it was SO EASY. I think it looks pretty nice, too! I'll post pics soon so y'all can see.Facebook page.