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Make the ordinary, special

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Grocery store flowers.

Spoon, bowl

Cute cereal

Quaker Oats

Box of chocolates (for breakfast dessert)

Non fancy napkins.

Scrap of fabric.

Refresh the ordinary, wouldn’t this make you feel special?

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    38 thoughts on “Make the ordinary, special”

    1. Hi, Debbie! Yes….it would make me feel VERY special! LOVE that bowl! That is one of the most unique shapes and patterns I’ve seen. VERY pretty and very graceful. The whole place setting is quite cheerful and pretty. I have got to find some of that cereal, too! Have a terrific weekend!

    2. SO lovely.
      Just goes to show what you can do with a few things and a little bit of imagination!
      The thought into the details is great!

    3. Absolutley loving your site!
      I will come here for inspiration and advise all the time.
      Fo sure you will be getting my business! Thank you Debbie~

    4. This is just precious, Debbie! Love the daisies with the reds & whites. So, so cute!

      Thanks for stopping by for the daunting tour of my Studio Closet, & still having the energy to leave a sweet commet…..LOL!

    5. Hi Debbie, so nice of you to drop by. It’s nice meeting you. I am new to this blog world so please have patience with me. I am trying to figure out how to follow you through google. Any tips? I love what you have done…gonna check out more of your stuff. I “love” repurposing things like you and I LOVE power tools!

    6. Very cute! I love your pictures. I’m not a big fan of oat cereal, but love the little heart shapes. I think I’d skip the cereal, and go straight for the chocolates!

    7. This is wonderful! I would love to sit down to a breakfast like this…especially if I didn’t have to be the one to put it together for a change. lol

    8. Wow Debbie, you are so talented. What a beautiful post. It reminds me of how putting some extra love and care into what we do at women, and mothers, can make such a difference to the special people in our lives. Love your work! Thank you!


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