Tuesday, December 14, 2010

FIVE GOLDEN RINGS............



Or a cute salvaged wood Christmas tree! hehe. I couldn't get 5 golden rings, or any rings, or anything golden......

I  know this tree will make up for it! I found a tree like this last year and had it made. My FAVE store in Cullman, Al started making these. The best news is you get a chance to win one! How much do you love Southern Accents Architectural Antiques

I know those of you who have been playing along have already become a fan of Southern Accents on Facebook and Twitter.

Let's change it up a little.  Comment on the Southern Accents Blog! Go to the website, SA1969 and find something that you think is cool. Something you could use that might not be for its original purpose and tell me on the SA1969 blog. Then come back here.....tell me that you did it and let me know that you subscribed by email to their blog!

So fun to win one of these. They are all different. There are no two alike. THAT is what makes them awesome! 




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42 comments:

  1. OK, so I want that tree BAD. Here's what I posted on the SA blog and I subscribed via email.

    Those trees are the BEST! I love them! I was thinking it would be very cool to have a huge one by the front door, and screw lots of vintage door knobs into it to look like ornaments. I think I will start looking for doorknobs...I have a bit of a thing for them.
    Great ideas on here. I want to come see the store one day soon.

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  2. The wooden tree is great!!! I think it would look great at my cabin :)
    There are so many neat things to do with it, I don't even know where to begin!! I also am in love with the picture frames.

    So I posted on the SA blog and I also subscribed to the email.

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  3. I'm following Main Street Memories on Facebook.

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  4. I'm following Price Punch on Facebook

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  5. I'm following Southern Accents on Facebook.

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  6. I'm following Southern Accents on Twitter.

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  7. subscribed to your blog via email.

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  8. I'm following your blog via Networked Blog

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  9. And I'm following you on Twitter.

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  10. And I totally need to make a trip up to buy some of that salvaged wood! My sign supplies are running low. :)

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  11. I commented on the SA blog and subscribed for updates!

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  12. There are so many things on their site that I would love to have...especially doors, mantles, and shutters for building photo backgrounds.

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  13. You need to draw my name. The end.

    I subscribed to the SA blog via my google reader, and left a comment!

    I love all the old salvaged wood. I think it would make such cool backgrounds for different painted little signs, or photo holders.

    P.S. Draw my name. Don't forget.

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  14. I follow Main Street Memories on FB.

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  15. I follow Southern Accents on FB.

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  16. I subscribe to your blog via emails.

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  17. I posted a comment on the SA blog:
    "I’d use the pulls as handles on a piece of salvaged wood to make a tray."

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  18. I left a comment on the SA blog!

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  19. I subscribed to get your blog via e-mail!

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  20. OK...I am now following EVERYTHING I think I need to...but I am not sure if my Southern Accents blog email went through! I need LOTS of trees from SA! AND...I need a front door! Pick me out a good one Lucy!!!! I need the tree most importantly! You've seen my house...decorations are just sad and the tree would make me happy!!!

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  21. You know I NEED that tree! So I have posted this on their blog...

    I have been admiring these trees for quite some time at Lucy's house and LOVE them! If I had one that was not the obvious shape of a Christmas tree then I would probably leave it displayed all year long!

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  22. I am now receiving their emails!

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  23. I Follow Main Street Memories on Facebook.

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  24. I Follow Price Punch on Facebook

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  25. I Follow Southern Accents on Facebook

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  26. I follow Southern Accents on Twitter

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  27. I Subscribe to your blog via email

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  28. I love those trees! They look so awesome & add a little something different to your ordinary Christmas decor.

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  29. Oh My! the Pine Gothic door with beveled glass is just what I have been looking for to make into a headboard for my daughter's new room. What great finds, I wish I lived a little closer. I'm on their mailing list... a girl can dream right?
    havenera at gmail dot com

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  30. I am also following Southern Accents on twitter. (abijah8)

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  31. Oh my gosh!!! I love the trees!!! Sure hope I win one so I can tell all my friends!! Tracy

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  32. I WANT THIS! :) BRANDY

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  33. I love salvaged items. The Christmas tree is beautiful.

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  34. I posted on the SA blog. I just love this tree! It is just perfect and I have the perfect spot for it! Cheers, Mary

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