Tulips again,

for a Copy Cat Magazine Challenge hosted by Debbiedoo’s Blogging and Blabbing

This month I’ve had a few posts about tulips.

They are fresh and beautiful.

I wished a you a Happy New Year with a picture of tulips:

I talked about how I made the natural frog to support them:

But before all that I was inspired by a picture from a Southern Living magazine.

~My Copy Cat Magazine Challenge~

for Debbiedoo’s Copy Cat Party

From last February, yes I have a magazine hoarding problem, there I said it!

They used red tulips and a real branch.

I used white tulips and a fake branch:

My copy cat fits my home and mood just fine.

Magazines are your friend,

use them to inspire a look that you love!

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Comments

  1. says

    Very pretty. I’ve often been inspired to copy something from a magazine, but have yet to do it. I need to go and dig out my older magazines.

    I also hoard magazines!

    Have a wonderful Sunday!

    • says

      Susan,
      You really need to try it. It’s been the most fun, inexpensive thing that I’ve ever done. When I’m looking at magazines, I’m always on the look out for things that I already have to use. Then I just start reproducing!
      Thanks,
      Debbie

  2. says

    You rock girl! I always look forward to what you will come up with. You really inspire and you show how fun, simple and cost effective decorating and this challenge can be. So happy you are a part of it. Thanks!!~ The link will be up around 6:00ish.

  3. says

    O, girl, do you know of HELP for us magazine hoarders ??? :))

    I adore your copy…it is just precious and you did a great job…
    come by to see mine when you can.
    xo bj

  4. says

    Yours is so pretty!! I love it!! I also keep all my Southern Living magazines, Mississippi Magazines, Kitchen and Bath….. Looks like I may have a problem too!

  5. says

    Oh my gosh, Debbie! This is soooo creative! I love that you made your own magazine cover with your copycat. I am big fan of tulips, too. I will be copying the idea of using a branch for a frog.

    Sharon

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