CAMOUFLAGE A FIREPLACE
By Reda on January 07, 2012
If you have a fireplace that you cannot light, camouflage it with a basket of lights.
Use whatever you have....pine cones, wicker balls, fruit, potpourri, sprigs of pine, Christmas ornaments...to fill a basket, intermingling white lights as you go. Add a few drops of scent, making sure you don't drop the liquid on the lights. If it is not high enough, set it on a couple of bricks or pieces of wood.
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