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A while ago I found a deer-head in a shop and it was love at first sight. I knew exactly where it had to hang, above the fire place and it front of the sofa, so I could look at it all the time as I regularly change it’s “outfit”. As we are in the Christmas season I decorated it with red pearls, for Easter it will get colourful Easter eggs in the ears and antlers, and something else for the 4 seasons or whatever I feel like.
Have a great end of the year and a great start in the early days of 2020, enjoy !!!
To all of you, Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and a Super 2020.
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I photographed these beautiful Nandina berries outside a church-turned-antique-artists place near the book fair. I was pretty certain they were Nandina berries, but in my web research, I discovered that Nandina domestics berries are actually POISONOUS to birds that frequently eat them (as well as cats, dogs, etc.). This article recommends either removing the plants entirely or at least cutting the berries off when they appear if you want to keep the shrubs (which have beautiful fall coloring).
Read more here.
Have a great weekend all !
It is no secret that every kid dreams of having a puppy. They often beg their parents all year for a dog. Of course, a Christmas puppy might sound like an adorable idea, but puppies are a lot of work! (Click title to read more!)Instead of a Puppy for Christmas, Consider a Rescue! — Mabel the Rescue Dog