Those deer under the cheese dome is obviously something I made myself. I found those lovely spotted deer last spring, and they've been waiting to be displayed. So, they're under glass with some fake moss and some brush trees. Oh, I should mention that the dome has cute little mushrooms etched on, which you can kinda see on the left of it.
There it is next to a shot glass of milk and an ashtray of Ghiradelli chocolate squares, while surrounded with a plaid glow. That's a candle gifted to me by a child, actually. And for whatever reason, I wanted to use the cheesy holiday borders on the picture editing website. I appreciate the effects for their kitsch value.
Look at that thing. I love that planter that's shaped like a hollowed out log. It's got even more deer in it! I got those when I got the ones under the mushroom dome. There they are in the log, next to a brush tree and a silver pine cone. That little guy in front lost an ear. I should also point out that the square boxy thing it's sitting on is also a DIY. I love buying those square wooden wall shelf things. You know what I'm talking about. They usually come nested in a group of three and they're meant to be mounted on the wall for knick knacks? I used wood grain wall paper (from Target last year--that roll's got me through a lot of projects) and attached it with Mod Podge. I obviously chose the faux bois look as one of my "things.'
More brush trees! There they are under some cloches! (Legitimate cloches, not like the one with the deer under it.) Also, I used the lame-ass effects again. Pine branches are cute, amirite?
There's a picture of my window. None of my window pictures came out all that great, even with the frost effect.
And for the final after Xmas photo...
Behind those totally real candles is my gift from my folks. Yes...it's still in the box. I'm afraid I might break it, or set it up wrong...or I'm a sucky seamstress. Imma set it up later.