Friday, February 8, 2013

Embellished Valentine Decorations

Yesterday I got to spend the day with my friend Brenda and Linsey from over at The Farmhouse Porch. I introduced Brenda to y'all back in October when I featured her Halloween decor. She does not blog but her home is oh so blog worthy! I am always so honored when she agrees to let me feature her home. 
Today I am sharing some of her Valentines Day decor. Brenda is so talented.
She can make everyday items look like a million bucks with just a little embellishment.


I apologize the lighting is a little off. It was a rainy day out so no natural light.


Brenda has a lot of items that are thrift shop finds that she has made over or embellished like this chalk board. It is made from an old framed cardboard picture that she was not a fan of but she saw past that and thus a mega sized chalk board was born.

I always love seeing what she does in this nook in her foyer.

This portrait was actually made from a poster and Modge Podge. She changes out the embellishments with the seasons. 




Just look at the cute little crown and necklace with heart she added to this girl figurine!

I was even able to snap a few pics of her winter decor.
I am still trying to talk Brenda into starting a blog. Maybe one day I will win out!;)
Hope you enjoyed the tour!
See you back here on Sunday for "How I found My Style Sundays".

17 comments:

  1. Love it all but the modge podge portrait idea is genius! Could I steal.... I mean borrow this idea in the future? I am really digging the look.
    melinda

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  2. How does she not blog? Her home is amazing!! Everything is straight out of a magazine! I love the portraits~genius! She uses all the things I love <3
    Thank you for sharing and your photography is awesome!

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  3. I love all her whimsy in her decor. She really should have a blog with her beautiful home and talents.
    Kris

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  4. Brenda totally needs a blog! I am just blown away by her Valentine décor. Love the wreath and chalkboard and the poster w/ modge podge. Actually that entire entry nook is just fantastic. Thanks so much for sharing!

    Angela

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  5. Such a warm and cozy home, love her vintage decor. Wow, it's like decorating for Christmas all over again...
    Have a GREAT weekend Pamela!
    Cindy

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  6. Brenda has a really lovely and fun home, Pamela! She is very creative and I love the whimsy she has brought into her home. Love her chalkboard and so many of her vignettes.

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  7. Wow, she is so creative! I love the wood above her fireplace mantel! Brenda, if you are reading this...please start a blog! You won't regret it!!

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  8. Wonderful touches!

    Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  9. Brenda does have a charming home...love that chalkboard and the tree in the foyer. Come on gal and join us in blogland:)

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  10. Her home is great, She needs to start a blog.

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  11. Ahh...I'm in love with it all! I'm going to go add a link to this post in my post, and share on fb! Great pics Pam!

    ♥Linsey

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  12. Oh my I can't pick a favorite..
    Beautiful...

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  13. These are all so perfect I can't narrow it down to my favorite, everytime I would pick, there would be another. Everything looks great!

    Cynthia

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  14. Is there a tutorial she followed for the newspaper wreath? Hers is the most well done I've seen.

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  15. Thank you for posting Brenda's Valentine Decorations! She is my dear friend! Since she moved to Houston (via Oklahoma), I don't get to drool over her artistic home. Truly, in person it is so inspiring. Your photos look great!

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  16. All this and she doesn't blog ??? Simply Beautiful ! :)

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