September 22, 2010

~Country Burlap Wreath~


Hello Everyone! Well I just finished my front door FALL wreath! I found this tutorial on Roeshel's The DIY Show Off I love her blog!! She features great ideas with how-to's. I've had so much visiting her blog. This burlap wreath began as a fall wreath, however, I couldn't help myself to add some sewing items in addition to berries and dried Cinnamon Oranges. I chose a darker burlap and a green gingham bow. Some old buttons and thread (in fall colors), an ornate pair of old scissors. It was so fun! I have lead feet/fingers when decorating for fall. I just don't want the summer to end I guess. But since today is the first day of fall 2010, I thought I'd finish and hang my sort of Fall wreath. Thanks Roeshel for a wonderful tutorial!!
Happy Fall Ya'll
Blessings~~

12 comments:

  1. That is a wonderful Fall wreath. How cute with the sewing items added to it.

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  2. Oh my gosh...this is gorgeous! I LOVE IT!

    Now girly...thank you for visiting and for your sweet comments about my girl as a bride. Yep...3 years! You're right...they've flown by with the speed of sound.

    xo~Rebecca

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  3. Oh sharon, that just screams for fall now doesn't it? I love and there are so many ways you can switch out a few things for a wreath for all seasons. I love it. Hugs. Tammy

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  4. Love the wreath!! Definitely hearkens to fall!!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  5. that is sooooo cute, Sharon!! I know I have said it before, but I'll say it again. You are sooooo talented, Sharon! I bet it looks stunning on your door!

    betty

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  6. Oh Sharon, I love it! This is perfect for Fall! I love your lastest rag quilt too. Makes me want to get the flannel out right now and start cutting away.
    I am so happy when I see you have stopped by. I hope that you are getting along great. I also wish you a happy Fall my friend.
    hugs

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  7. What a lovely post! Love your wreaths!
    Hugs,
    Coralie

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  8. Hello Sharon! I love your "vintage charm" and all of your creations! You need to open a Etsy shop and if you do, I will be your first customer!

    Hugs,
    Maryjane

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  9. Here I am again...

    Thanks for your visit yesterday and your comments about CASCADE!

    My headache is gone. Dishes are STILL cloudy. Tossed them out and went out today and bought new glassware! Couldn't take it!

    I'm sooo high maintenance! :)

    xo~Rebecca

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  10. Lovely post thank you for sharing your vintage charm treasures..
    http://vintagechicbride.blogspot.com

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  11. How creative to use burlap for an amazingly textured wreath.
    Love to see you at my challenge - http://angsandy.blogspot.com/2010/11/sandys-challenge-1.html

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