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DIY Wreath Linky Party

I wish I would have thought of this idea myself.  Last month when I wrote about my plastic spoon laurel wreath that some loved, some loved to hate, Centsational Girl encouraged me to have a wreath linky party where people could share wreaths they’ve made.  More specifically, wreaths they’ve made out of interesting things.  I thought it was a fantastic idea and then I promptly forgot about it until this week.  So, since school is back in I figured it was time for an assignment.  A little home work if you will.

There is nothing too daring from which to try to make a wreath…

Paper cups

Clothes Pin Wreath

Agnes, an amazing artist shares how to make this wreath at her blog Knock Knocking

She makes beautiful, enchanting wreaths like this and sells them in her etsy shop.

Last year I hacked a Martha Stewart wreath and made this one for $5. And I also made a coffee filter wreath and a fur wreath if you want to check those out.

And here’s a post from last year featuring over 30 amazing creative creative wreaths.

Lastly if you still need inspiration, check out my pinterest Wreath board with over 70 beautiful wreaths~ half of which are not showing up for some reason, Pinterest, HELP!

September 5th, be there with your insanely beautiful, creative, first time I ever made one, didn’t turn out, inspiring GREAT photos of your wreaths and we’ll all link up!


Weekend Links, ahhhh

clothespin wreath!

DIY Clothespin Wreath // Zevy Joy

diy faceted stump table

DIY Faceted Stump Table from Sarah M Dorsey Designs for eHow


I cannot get this foyer out of my head. It’s risk meets simplicity and color and happiness. The home belongs to Charlotte Hedeman Gueniau owner of RICE (Denmark) photo via Jordan: oh happy day

plant collection

I love how this homeowner incorporates plants–and you can never go wrong when you group a collection of anything together on a round table

stawberry mangoYes to this Strawberry Mango Salsa

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via Thrive Market

majestic oak

An introvert’s guide to making an impact (thanks for sending this my way Leighann!)

Embroidery Hoop Art

Lately I’ve been inspired by all the wooden hoop projects, feel free to pin the top image if you want to remember this post. If you want to pin individual projects simply click on the link and pin from the original source.  Thanks and happy hooping!

bliss in a teacup

ruffled via Ian Bicknell

style me pretty :megan hartley

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