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In this episode of country corner we dress up a fruit crate with various Country Decorations.
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Country Decorating Fruit Crate
Michelle’s Country Corner
Hi and welcome to country corner. My name is Michelle Beighley and I’m your host. On today’s episode we’re going to take untraditional item and what I have here is a fruit crate. I got it at the yard sale it’s kind of old and a little primitive looking I thought was pretty cool so I purchased it and my girl friend and I were trying to figure out what can I do with this so we kind of walked around and looked for a little bit and decided why don’t we take it, put it on it’s side and make a showing unit out of it.
You can take this and you can put it on an end table, side table or I have an old school house desk and I put it on that. I thought some space and really kind of looks kind of cool so what I did was I placed it like this and then I went around the house and just kind of got a few items and what I did was I took a little house. I put that in the corner and lit it up. It lights up, looks pretty cool and then of course I got a tree of my berries, first it has got to be my berries.
Put that in there and then I took a little sheep and I put him in here I kind of shoot that right there by putting that in there and then I got some pills 2 little pills. They’re pretty much the same thing just a little bit different. Well just different paintings on them. I got that because I love salt box houses and the last thing I got was a bottle sign this will simplify.
So and really as I put that one up here then I decide to put a big pail behind that then I kind of counteracted it with a smaller pail so there we go we got a whole little unit here, a little bit creativity, a little bit of thinking, you can do anything you want. What you got to do is stop, think, look and you can figure things out. Not much time, get all the stuff in here. Nice little displaying unit for a set on back at my little school house desk. You can sit on the back then you take a look at it.
Thanks for watching, if you have any questions or comments you would like to leave feel free, have a great day.