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Ooooohhh!!! That are so pretty. Nicki.xxx
Blimey, Plenty of inspiration there.
Hi KirstyOh what a lovely selection to ohh and aaahh over (which I did literally!!) I've made a wreath this year I will post it on my blog and let you know when I do!! Its nothing as elaborate or big as the photos you've found but I still like it for my first attempt!;-0TinaX
Wow, they are all amazing! Thanks for sharing x
thanks Kirsty look at the time (2.53am) - I got carried away and went to look at the living with Lindsay blog (love the rolled up pages of a book wreath - will match your book trees I have been making!) loved the wreaths such clever ideas lol xxx
just made some basic easy willow wreaths with a mix of willow and redwood and decorated them with simple things like dried oranges and cinnamon sticks and raffia. So easy to use willow and they were then given to people as part of their gifts along with a variety of willow stars and hearts, salt dough stars and trees cut from Christmas cutters and decorated with gems , crochet bells , fire lighters made with all natural bits and pieces and hand made bath bombs or soaps....all with proper handmade persoanlly designed cards. All quick, all not too expensive and all a million x better to give and recieve than many shop bought bargains which are only bargains if you really need whatever it is...read on FB just now about somebody worrying about their credit card bill and said that its a traditional part of Christmas..how pathetic is that!
I got into big trouble yeasterday photographing a rather posh wreath on a rather posh front door! I'll share with you when I upload my photos!Some of them are amazing. Next year........!
WOW that crayon one is genius!Mine's made of feathers. No pic yet.
happy Christmas Kirstie and hope your little girl isn't tooe xcited to sleep tonight! Can remember the days of encouraging sleepy eyes to close as they tried to stay awake for "Santa" to arrive and then were still up at 6am and then the joy of them being overtred by lunch time!!!! Enjoy it as its all this that makes Christmas with little ones so magical and fun! Mine are late teens now and want to be with their girl/boy friends and all that comes with that "joy" now!!! soon be upon you once they reach 16 or so!!!
Have to thank you for sharing my Crazy Cane wreath! :) Merry Christmas!
These wreaths are incredible and it shows how you can personalize them so much to suit personalities and hobbies, (like the balls of wool one). I love the pink baubles as well. :)
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