Thursday, June 28, 2012

A church door






A lovely church door that caught my attention when passing by. 

Unfortunately I could not make any compliment to the person who decorated it so neatly.

♥  Emilie's daughter ♥ 

12 comments:

  1. OOh my dear Christa!!So happy i heard from you!In fact i have something to discuss with you!!I'm on a new project...I am preparing an online magazine!!And i want to ask you something!!I'll email you!!I have to admitt that your posts are getting...perfect!!Love my dear!

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  2. Dear Christa
    This wonderful door shows with her dynamic simplicity that is always there and it will be for all people . The wreath is beautiful and the lock indicates the passage of time
    Have a nice day with your lovely boy
    Olympia

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  3. What a wonderful door. I am so glad you got pictures. I love the hardware and the beautiful clean lines. Thank you for your kind comment on my post about the boys. Like wise if yours are near us, they are always welcome to stop over. My boys would love to meet fellow adventurers!

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  4. Dear Christa - this door is aesthetically beautiful - lovely.

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  5. Wonderful summerdoor!

    ♥ Franka

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  6. Wow! Christa! It's really gorgeous! I love the grey-brown tone of the old wood, together with the delicate shades in the wreath. You have an eye for beautiful things, lady!

    Glad to hear your son is back: big celebrations, soon, I should think!

    CIAO

    HUGS

    ANNA
    xx

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  7. Wow Christa you have posted beautiful photos.

    I love that door and the wreath
    is so so pretty.

    It would really entice you to enter.

    Fantastic.

    Fiona x

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  8. The pink against the soft driftwood grey, the delicate hardware--perfect!

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  9. Beautiful door, beautiful details….They just don't make hardware like that anymore, so pretty. Thanks for stopping by, Laura

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  10. Hi Christa, what a wonderful old door...it's perfect, and the wreath almost melts into it. I love it! Love Linda x

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