Thursday, December 26, 2013

Baby It's Cold Outside!

Hope all of you enjoyed being with family and friends for Christmas.

Now we are onto a new year and new beginnings and lots of wonderful inspiration.

At Junk Chic Cottage we will be looking at this outside for a few more months.

So with snow on the ground and very cold temps ahead I am hoping to work on some transformations on the inside of Junk Chic Cottage.

This is where just a few short months ago a lovely blooming garden stood.  So until our weather changes and we move on into Spring and Summer I am going to work on the inside for these long winter months.

Hope you will join me in the coming months to see new transformations inside.  My motto for this year will be doing wonderful transformations and spending very little money to do so.  Using some paint and what you already have to make wonderful transformations.

Susan and I will be starting up our Saturday Spotlight in January and we have a wonderful line up of bloggers for you to get to know on a more personal level.  Looking forward to more time with each and everyone of you.

Happy New Year Everyone.
Kris
:)

24 comments:

  1. Great New Year ideas. I need to do the same. Did you get a new angel. Your posts are always ones that I look forward to reading. Happy Holidays.....they aren't over yet, hah.

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  2. I always love see any of your transformations.

    After a wonderful Christmas - 82 degrees on the beach- I will be "playing house" today. That is a positive way to say that I have a lot of cleaning to do. I must find places for the fun "toys" I got for Christmas.

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  3. you know it's cold outside, when you go outside and it's cold. lol. Looking forward to see your work on the inside

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  4. Unfortunately I will be looking at snow for a long while too!

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  5. Hope you had a very merry Christmas!! I love looking at the snow! I think it's just magical! Ours is all melted, so thank you for sharing these lovely pics!!

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  6. Hi Kris! I am so looking forward to another year of fun and friendship with you! Thank you for making 2013 such a wonderful year! Love ya! Leena

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  7. I love the look of snow...so pretty, and soft, and white. BUT I am so glad to not live in it anymore. lol
    looking forward to wonderful 2014, and glad I got to know you in 2013.
    Debbi
    -yankeeburrow

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  8. Wow, I can't wait to see what you have in-store for us with these transformations! Especially, with little money!! Very exciting...and I'm sure I will get some wonderful ideas from you! Thanks for the sweet comments on the cottage....I forgot to share the new outside lights that HUBBY picked out....so I went back and added to the post. They weren't my first choice but I think they are going to look good overall! You've got me anxious on seeing your transformations/ideas! Blessings for a wonderful New Year 2014~~~~~Roxie

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  9. Wow! Look at all that snow! It's beautiful! I'm hoping we'll get some fun snow to play in this winter. We never know if we'll get any or not. Looking forward to seeing the projects you'll be working on in the coming year.

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  10. Beautiful snow!! We had a lot here, but it warmed up last weekend and rain...now the snow is all gone. Can't wait to see the projects you will be doing in the New Year.
    hugs,
    Cindy

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  11. A white Christmas must be so magical. It seems like just yesterday you were showing us the most beautiful flowers on the internet. :) Happy happy New Year Kris. xo

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  12. Kris, I'm sure that you have some wonderful ideas up your sleeve! I'm biding the cold winter here, too.
    Happy New Year, my friend! :)
    Susan

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  13. Beautiful snow pics, looks like you escaped the ice part;)

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  14. It's nice to have each season here (although by Feb I'm done with the cold and snow). Love your pictures and can't wait to see what surprises you have in store for next year.

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  15. How's my gorgeous Junkin Mrs. after the Holiday Season? Stressed out?

    OMG! snow? Lucky we are! We still have +6 to 10 degress celsius here in Sweden and around EU. Awesomeness! though Christmas without snow in these countries is unusual.

    Hope you had a great Christmas & a Bountiful & Peaceful NY to come.

    Best of Health & Blessings,
    /CC girl

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  16. Looking forward to your indoor transformations! The snow was nice for Christmas but once January rolls around, I'll be anxious for it to go bye-bye! :) I think I might actually tackle the upstairs bathroom this year. It needs to be painted and freshened up. It's on my Project Procrastination list.

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  17. Looking outdoors is beautiful but going out in it is not! But today is warmer! Soon the flowers will be blooming! I like the idea of transformation with very little money! Nancy

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  18. Kris, always excited to see what you are up too! I love the snow for a couple of months, but then I will be so anxious for Spring! Hope to do a few new things inside as well. Have a fabulous '2014'!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  19. Your view is lovely outside but I'm sure it gets old. We may only get one or two snow storms a year but it's enough. I can't wait to see your free transformations. Happy New Year.

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  20. We haven't had any snow yet--and had none last year. The kids are doing a snow dance but no luck yet. Your snow looks lovely!

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  21. can's wait to see what you have planned for the new year, kris:) your garden is lovely dressed in the white stuff!

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  22. I love snow and your pictures are so fairy. I' m looking forward to seeing your new transformations inside.Happy new year!!!!
    Kisses
    Alessandra

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  23. Nice. I just love a good snow fall.

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  24. The snow is so pretty…looking forward to your projects for 2014!
    Happy New Year!

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