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Monday, November 22, 2010

Fabulous Wreaths!

I was searching blogs for ideas for craft night and came across some unique and creative ideas for wreaths. These ladies are amazing.
Have you ever seen anything so beautiful? Check out her blog and her unique paper creations.
Or head on over to her Etsy shop and start your Christmas shopping.




Or how about these paper creations from Rusty Rooster Village.
I wish I lived near this girl so I could see her wreaths in person.


If felt and yarn are more your style, check out this fun wreath over at Felt So Cute.
 Her tutorial seems easy enough to follow and the possibilities to personalize are endless.


I LOVE burlap and so this wreath really caught my eye. I will be using this idea from
 Bonnie at Celebrate The Journey and making myself a Christmas wreath real soon. 


Wow! This wreath is a work of art! Alison at Oopsey Daisy is the Queen of Patience in my book.
These crepe roses are amazing!


Just as amazing are these gorgeous buds created out of leaves. Yes, they are leaves.


Here's another great way to use old paper. See the tutorial at House Revivals


Last, but not least is this down to earth Christmas yarn wreath fro Recaptured Charm.
I am sitting down to make this today. I will post pictures soon.

I hope you have been inspired to create something fun yourself.
Head on over to these super fabuous sites and
be sure to leave a comment if you see something you like.
Happy Thanksgiving.

3 comments:

  1. ahh....thanks! i was enjoying your list and to my surprise i saw my wreath! i plan to make another soon. i used a foam wreath on that one but plan to use a straw one on my next, i wanted it to be a bit thicker looking. would love to see your results if you make one! i really want to try a wreath with yarn..i love the soft look.

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  2. thanks for my leaf rosette wreath shout-out! and among so many great ideas!

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