Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Another Great Decorating Idea From Meg






It's simple. It's sweet. It's a wonderful, whimsical Spring centerpiece.


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Many thanks to Jaime of Red, Red Whine for this awesome award. I had a rough weekend and really needed some Hard Lemonade.



I'd like to pass it on to Pearl of Pearl, Why You Little.... 'cause she does funny and thoughtful, and that's what we need when life gives us lemons.

Posted at Humor-Blogs.



19 comments:

NannyGarcia said...

I LOVE your centerpiece. It reminds me of the troll I once gave a childhood neighbor kid for her birthday. Her mother, a fundamentalist Christian, felt the troll doll was "of the devil" and subsequently threw it in the lit fireplace. *Sigh* such sweet childhood memories of the South.

Chris Wood said...

Hard lemonade? I think I drank that once. Wahey!

for a different kind of girl said...

I think it's the little troll's blue hair that really makes this say 'spring.' It's hopeful and bright. I predict this is a trend we'll be seeing in the magazines soon!

sage said...

Cute, especially on your dining room table! :)

ReformingGeek said...

I like it but I think my cat might eat it.

Also, my hair looks like that today (without the blue)!

The Office Scribe said...

One of the departments in my office collects trolls. About a year ago while cleaning out my garage I found a box of about 50 of them, which I brought to work and gave to said department.

You would have thought I was Santa Clause by the reaction I received.

Suzie said...

LOL

Chas said...

I LOVE IT!! I can't remember the last patina that actually made me smile...

TwoBusy said...

And by "great" you mean...

The Self-Deprechaun said...

I like it! It would be great if its hair could grow like a Chia Pet!

My helmet can grow like a weed as well. Would you like to pot me as a centerpiecE?

Chat Blanc said...

this should totally be the FTD arrangement of the week! :)

Matt-Man said...

Those things look so much better with a pen up their ass. Cheers Meg!!

KayFour said...

Thanks for the great idea! Now I know what to do with all those little troll dolls I have lying around here.

Debbie said...

Now that is great!

KiKi said...

LOVE. The. troll. LOL!

Jenn Thorson said...

Ah, you always make me smile, Meg.

I kinda think you'd be a lot of fun to go to a flea market with.

Jeff said...

Ya know... after seeing what you did with your stairs, and knowing about your doll collection - it wouldn't even faze me if I walked into your house and saw that.

And that's a good thing. :-)

Jocelyn said...

I always knew those little trolls had a higher purpose!

Now I need a huge one for my vegetable garden this spring.

Father Muskrat said...

You send trolls to live in plants? That's wrong.