Saturday, March 10, 2018

Easter Mantel



Easter is coming up quickly. I always like it when it's in April, however, being on the 1st of April is still early in my world. 

There is A LOT of snow here and warmer weather is expected later next week, so bye bye snow!

Cleaning up my craft room, AGAIN! LOL! 

Tammy and Erica are coming over on Wednesday and we are going to craft. I want to try my hand at an junk journal, Erica is thinking about making a wreath and not sure what Tammy wants to create. It's just nice to craft and talk and eat! LOL!!!

warmly,
deb




9 comments:

Rebecca said...

Thanks for the nudge! I'd forgotten how close Easter is. Scurrying up now to find and bring out some glass eggs I've collected over the years....

Your mantel looks great!

NanaDiana said...

Oh! I so envy you that crafting group. I have not had that in a very long time. It was always so much fun when I used to get together with friends. I don't remember the last time Easter was this early---but it will be a cold one her for sure! xo Diana

Terra said...

Your Easter mantle is so cute and how fun to have people to do crafts with.

Theresa said...

Love your Easter mantel! I haven't decorated yet, better hurry up... right? Enjoy your Sunday dear Deb, HUGS!

Junkchiccottage said...

The Easter mantel is very pretty. I love that mirror just gorgeous. Happy Sunday.
Kris

Carrie @ Cottage Cozy said...

Such Easter pretties for you - enjoy youur crafting day! ♥

Boopnut said...

Always love your mantel! I am blogging again. I am also trying to clean my craft room! Have a great time crafting!

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

I love so many of these elements and you used them all to pull together this beautiful mantle! I really enjoy going into homes where you have to take the time to 'see' all of the little details that make up a display like this. Beautiful job!

Marilyn @ MountainTopSpice said...

Such a beautiful mantel you have created! And I love the alleluia sign! Have fun crafting, it sounds like a lot of fun! Junk journals are so fun to make!