Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Tis the Season… Deer Head Tree Topper {Christmas 2014}

 

The inventors of this lovely paper mache’ deer head certainly did not construct it to be a tree topper I’m certain. I originally purchased it to use on the chalkboard post for the season. But, like many times before, I had a “voila” moment.

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I ended up using it as a topper on the parlor tree. I love the way the simplicity of the deer head ties in to the other deer trophies and natural elements that I have used throughout the room. A simple bow and glittered sprays of acorns and leaves complete the top.

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2014 Tis the Season Christmas posts:

Facade

Parlor Mantle

Nightfall Facade

Stair Parlor

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Do not forget to join me tomorrow for the Christmas Open House Blog Hop.

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Deer Head Topper, y’all!

8 comments:

  1. Good morning, Ron! Leave it to you to have such a unique tree-topper! Looks great with all of your other natural elements! Looking forward to seeing it as well as the rest of your home before the end of the Christmas season. Have a great day! xoxo

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  2. Cool ... I'm doing unadorned small live trees throughout the house this year - but think the deer is a unique tree topper. Mine is hung on my kitchen wall with a boxwood wreath around his neck! Mine speaks French because he is papier mâché from French text.
    Will join in tomorrow for the tour.
    xx,
    Vera

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  3. Oh what a great idea, I love it! Just toooooo cooooollllll.....lol.....

    Smiles~
    Mari

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  4. What a great idea, Ron! I love your tree topper!
    Sandie

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  5. Gorgeous tree topper, Ron. Your thoughts are amaaaaaazing:)

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  6. I like your voila moment Ron...looks great!!

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  7. Ron,
    Now that was one neat idea to use the deer as your tree topper.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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