A Beastlie, shotgun shells used in decor, and Darth Vader snowflakes in this week's reader photos

December 19 |

So let's get the week going with a look at what's been going on with photos from the Offbeat Home Flickr pool and things we've pinned via the Offbeat Home Pinterest account.

cozy
allaboutevelyn: 'I love our living room at night, with a fire going and the light of the Christmas tree!'
Shotgun Shell Christmas Lights!
BerettaFleur: 'Shotgun shell Christmas lights! We got the idea from a sporting clays shooting range. It's a great way to repurpose plastic shells you aren't going to/able to reload.'

This is a Beastlie. He is one of many. Click through to read about his cousins and the artist who makes them.

Sunday coffee
*Mirre*'s Sunday morning coffee.

From Kitschey Living comes this crazy pink seashell bed. I want to live in my swimsuit and sleep in that bed in a land where winter never comes…

Husband's reaction: "Are those… Is that… intentionally Star Wars themed?!"
Kissa: 'I always make paper snowflakes as holiday decorations, but this year I branched out into themes -- Star Wars and Batman!'

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  1. I just found a link on how to make those Darth Vader snowflakes. There is a pattern for Yoda too!!!

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  2. Those shotgun shells are awwwwwesome. I love personalized celebrating!
    My friend Kim is making an apartment building gingerbread house! I should tell her about the geodesic one!

  3. I looove those shotgun lights, and the Star Wars snowflakes! And the shell bed is crazy… I'd be all over it in a different color, though.

    (ps: thanks for the feature! :)

  4. Does anyone out there know how I could get that pink shell mermaid bed? Used? I live in Brooklyn. Thank you

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