Wednesday, August 1, 2012

My Back Door entry....


I thought you might like to see our back (side) door....this is the side of the car port.


Today I fought with the drill and put up my antique mail box...




This hangs on the door window...


Here is the culprit...but I do love it....yes, it is rusty....NO, I am not painting it!


I have had this little screen door for years...it is a little worse for wear...but I don't care....
the clip?  I have to leave that because any community info goes there...


I got the sign half price at HL.....


The light fixtures were the first things we changed when we bought this place.


I really tried to get this without the shadows, but I couldn't.  It was 80% off at HL...I added the butterfly.  It is hanging on a wreath holder.

Hope someday, I will see you at my back door!

23 comments:

  1. Very cute, Ceekay. I think that mail holder is similar to the one I have. I will have to double check it tomorrow. Your little screen door is so cute...and the whole back door area looks very inviting- xo Diana

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  2. Ceekay...it's so welcoming and cute!! :)

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  3. Ceekay your back entry is so welcoming! I love that yellow bench!

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  4. I LOVE this!! And that rusty mail box is SO perfect! We are fixing up our camper and I am devouring all your past posts!! You are my inspiration!

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  5. What a welcoming entry way for your back door!
    Filled with so much charm!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  6. Looks good, I wouldn't paint the mailbox either! It's got character. We'll all be coming to your back door soon, can't wait to see you ;) Mary

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  7. LOVE your old mailbox! I have one too!!! It's hanging in my sunroom! Your back door entry is sweet! Thank you for the kind comment about my BFF...she isn't doing well and I can hardly wait to visit her.
    deb

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  8. CK, it looks wonderful. I love all of your decor. Really is a great place.

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  9. Love your back door! Back door friends really are the best!

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  10. Ceekay, I love the rusty mailbox! The cute bench and key are a fun welcome. Had to laugh about the relatives. Hope to make it to your door someday!
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  11. Hi Ceekay,
    I love your back door entry and with all your welcoming touches and decor it's sure to bring a smile to everyone who visits. I really love your vintage mail box I wouldn't paint it either..
    Sending you big hugs,
    Elizabeth

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  12. You've done a great job adding personality to your front door area. I love all those cute signs too! The one of "relatives by appt" cracked me up. I have that same light fixture on my back deck!

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  13. Hi Ceekay and I hope to knock on your door one day. What a welcomed entry. Love your mailbox and I would not paint that either. It is perfect. Love the little screen door for notes and messages.
    HL has so many great treasures and lots on sale now.

    Thank you for stopping by while I was gone on vacation. Hope you have a great anniversary. We sure did. Can't believe it is 39 years already. I want to be back in Santa Fe. The weather was perfect. We got a break from this heat!!

    XO Celestina Marie

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  14. Hi darling, what a warm welcome you put out for us.. love the bright yellow table, the antique mail box is a treasure. hugs ~lynne~

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  15. Ceekay...I love that screen door sign - friends welcome relatives by appointment. That is so fun! I am hoppin' all over your blog. :)

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  16. Lovin your rusty mailbox. Glad you were able to hang it. This looks like an inviting entry, and I love your new light fixture. laurie

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  17. Love the mailbox, screen doors, etc. I have a little screen door, but it is a picture frame!

    I would love to show up at your back door!

    Katherine

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  18. Looove your rusty mail box I would not paint that either!! Thanks so much for stopping by, Laura

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  19. Looks inviting. For friends, not relatives! ;) I loved that one. Pat

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