Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Masks.


I love masks and I have a small collection that I’ve been trying to figure out how to put in a collage. However, there  are some masks that are scary looking and I doubt I could have them above my bed. Not. even. for. art’s. sake. Speaking of masks, I am sharing 25 things that you didn’t know about me on Hollie’s blog. You will be shocked, mouth agape when you read some of these things:-). Please say hello and check out her blog. I met Hollie, a talented designer on Instagram and I adore everything she creates. She also has an etsy shop called Pillotopia. Lots of eye candy. Blessings and have a lovely day my friends. XX

p.s. thank you all for the anniversary wishes. one luv.

16 comments :

  1. I had a couple of really nice masks from my south pacific travels that I lost in my divorce. I'm still bitter about it. haha. I'm off to read your guest post. :)

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  2. So beautiful!

    Will go check out your guest post :)

    xoxox,
    CC

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  3. Love Masks! and also have a collection, but they are all from Venice( worked in a Venetian mask "factory" one summer) and now display them each Christmas on our tree. Cute commentary on yourself on Hollie's blog

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  4. You are right masks are great but who would have them over their bed! It would be a little creepy! :)

    Rebecca
    www.winnipegstyle.ca

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  5. Masks? I have a couple Venetian masks and am waiting to have a few more to display in our movie room but not sure I will do it... It has to be right(: and they are not scary((: would live to attend and wear them in a spectacular gown at one of those famous Venetian balls!
    Xo z

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  6. Hiya Stacey,
    I could not live with them above my bed I'm afraid. Can you imagine the moonlight hitting them when you awake in the middle of the night. The stuff of nightmares. I can very often see a shape in the darkness. It may just be a coat hanging on a hook in the corner, but o me it's a figure lurking there. Over imagination, the bane of my life.
    Di
    xxxx

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  7. My friend has a collection of harlequin masks and they are all hung above the doorway to her bedroom! I think, since I haven't seen the masks you own Stacey, I think putting a false frame around them would work, now the question as to where? Well, you could be humurous and put them in the powder room or one of your hallways!

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  8. I think that is a GREAT IDEA STACEY! Masks are fantastic; you'll find just the right type for your home, but these are MAGNIFICENT! School prep has begun and I am running around daily...BIG HUGS MY FRIEND! Anita

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  9. i have masks fr africa and mexico, but i won't have any in my home that have closed mouths. i'm superstitious.

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  10. Lovely!!



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    A chic kiss ;)

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  11. I completely agree. Some masks are just scary, but a smaller collection of friendly ones is great!


    xoxo,
    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  12. Masks, in moderation only please. I'm off now to read these 25 shocking details. Twerker perhaps?

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  13. some masks are probably best displayed outside the bedroom. lol


    Isabel @ Walk of Fashion

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  14. I love the masks here (Japan) but some are legit terrifying and I don't think my kids could handle them in our house! They look amazing, though!

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