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Monday, May 16, 2016

Add A Fun Trend To Your Decor

I have a friend who is so clever and so into all the latest trends.  Now me not so much, however there are a few trends that I really like.  You know those wood bead strands that you see all over the place, well, this lady made some.  She invited me over to make some two, so I now have two strands.

When I got them home, the next step was to figure out how to use them.  After checking out tons of pics on Pinterest, I discovered that all you do is drape them on a table or out of a tray or basket.  How fun is that. 


So I draped one out of this tray on my bedroom dresser.

Then I put one in the living room on the coffee table.


Next I added the larger one to the tray on the family room coffee table.








Ok, these are fun, I may even decide to wear them you never know.

Are you into trends and do you have beads too?

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17 comments:

  1. I don't have beads but like the way you have used them!!

    Judy

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  2. I've been seeing these everywhere, but I don't have any. They look great in your decor, Marty!
    Brenda

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  3. I like the way you style things.Very pretty!

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  4. Your beads are delightful! I saw some in a decorating magazine not too long ago and thought they were charming. I love the way you used yours draped in trays creating little vignettes. Did you tie a knot between each bead? You and your friends are so creative and so design savvy! Have a great Sunday evening!

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  5. Your beads are delightful! I saw some in a decorating magazine not too long ago and thought they were charming. I love the way you used yours draped in trays creating little vignettes. Did you tie a knot between each bead? You and your friends are so creative and so design savvy! Have a great Sunday evening!

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    1. No, she had 3 sizes of beads and a spool of leather. We just strung them all on the leather strings and then tied a knot. Super easy. I don't think you can really call it a craft even. haha.

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    2. Thanks Marty, I think even "I" can manage that! Happy Week!

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  6. I do have a set but could never decide what to do with them. Hmmmmmmmmmm????

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  7. You are always up on the new trends...I count on you to keep me current...ha! The beads add another dimension to your vignettes. xoxo

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  8. Thanks for explaining how to do this myself Marty...I was ready to spend too much!

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  9. Those are the kind of trends I like - easy and inexpensive! I am like you and tend to go for more traditional things but throwing in a few cute things like those beads is always fun! Looks great!
    Shelley

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  10. I like trying out trends, and this is one I would try for sure! Where do you get them?

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  11. Marty, the beads looks great in every vignette...another texture is always good! Pam @ Everyday Living

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  12. I have seen this trend a lot of Instagram! You use the beads beautifully in your vignettes!

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  13. I love the way you decorated your home with them and hey...why not wear them too!

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  14. These look great! it's the little details that make a difference.

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