Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Madblooms Christmas 2009

Well I'm covered in glitter and my fingers have been poked to death with wire, but this house is done!  I think it turned out beautifully.  The color scheme for this house is Gold, Brown, and Copper with a splash of Leopard.  Very elegant with a touch of sass!

First Tree before decorations 
(This one is a 12 footer)

 And After

Second Tree Before
(This one is a 10 footer)

And After

A slideshow of some of the tree decor up close.

Chandelier Arrangement

Fireplace Decor 
(I did another mantle outside but forgot to get the picture.)

Kitchen Decor

Formal Dining Room Buffet

Stairway Banister Decor

Same Decor Up-Close

4 ft Wreath on Gate Outside

Well that's one house down with at least 2 more to go this season!  I'll post pics of those as I install them.  Tis the season!


  1. Gorgeous! The second tree is my favorite--such drama! Please keep posting these holiday decor pics. Love them.

  2. Oh, you make me want to bust out my decorations, although they pale in comparison. You are so very talented. I especially like the arrangements on the stairway bannister.

    Please post your other projects! I can't wait to see them.

  3. Wow, Miss are spectacular..a Creative Wizardess!!Just one word...Gorgeous!!

  4. That house looks wonderful! Thanks for posting photos...i love to look at all the decorations. I really like the entryway with the Santa. -Amy

  5. Thank God for artifical greens. It allows you to work ahead with out the fear of drying out. When customers only want fresh, there is a mad scramble of scheduling, only so much time to go around!

  6. What fun reading your post. I feel like I've taken a Christmas decor tour. More, more.

  7. Thank you so much everyone! I think I might post a "How To" blog when I decorate my moms tree. I've gotten lots of questions of "How did you do that?!"

    It's actually easier than you think if you have the right steps!

  8. WOW! This post really gets me in the mood to start decorating! These decorations are gorgeous - thanks for sharing them with us.


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