A Steampunk Wreath
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Steampunk Cabinet

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This is our cabinet. I have to say the girls told me it was not steampunk enough for them ;-) but I said I still wanted it to look like Christmasy !! Ended up with a combo of Santa's, a crown, Christmas candy, top hat, etc. I was soo thrilled when I found the red, green and cooper tartan wrapping paper. Such a small thing can make such a big difference.

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I had to share my Christmas House find with you. I LOVE this Victorian pitcher. It is full of cracks but was also $12.00. A real find!!

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Julie Whitmore

What a find that pitcher is. Adore it!


SO wonderfully Victorian!!!! That is truly my favorite era. :) You decorated the cabinet wonderfully, Clarice. xoxo


Really nice! I love the tartan! You inspire me every time!

Can you tell us about Steam Punk a little more, please? I am soooo out of it! LOL

no spring chicken

Beautiful... and that pitcher? I am drooling all over my keyboard. It's gross really... ;)

Blessings, Debbie


Dear Clarice, your cabinet is always so inspiring...how right you are that changing the backing does change the overall feel instantly. But please can you enlighten me; what is steampunk?
I am doing Tartan this year too; I have been collecting plaid picnic blankets which I have folded over my dining chairs, and I have a variety of mismatched old plaid lampshades and cushion covers. Now I am trying to decide whether to unpick an old tartan kilt and wash the wool to see if the pleats will come out- or if I can be frightfully clever and incorporate the pleats into the front of a cushion cover and the fringed edge to the opening at the back...hmmn. I shall use scraps to make napkin rings somehow too. First I have to dig my sewing machine out from under who knows what! ;) Love Gill xxx

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