Monday, November 30, 2009

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas . . .

Saturday, I made a wreath for my door and one for a friend too. The one with the white bow and snowflakes is mine and the red and white bow is on Roberta's door. They came out really different as the people at church who gathered the different greens got some unusual ones this year. . . so I experimented.CLICK on to see details -- especially the snowflakes on my wreath's ribbon.


Barb said...

Hi Perbs,
Everyone seem seems to be getting their decorations up. I like those wreathes. Last year I bought one from my Grandchildren's preschool. How long does your fresh wreath typically last? Mine was outside in Denver, but in a couple weeks it was very dry.

Pam said...

They look great Perbs. A fresh green wreath would not last long here with our hot drying winds and soaring temperatures. Because of this, our wreaths if fresh, often incorporate the sage colours of the Australian bush, with banksias and gum nuts.This all dries very well and lasts.I would like to experience a cold Christmas overseas, but would miss family.

Malyss said...

they are really beautyful!!You're an artist!!How lucky is Roberta, that you made this for her!..

SandyCarlson said...

The wreaths are gorgeous. I love the atmosphere--the mood and attitude and spirit combine to be what the season is about. No need to shop!

Love Bears All Things said...

Well, I can't find a single wreath hanger and I know I have several. So, I've not put my wreath out yet. Yours are very pretty. I might dress mine up a little more. I just have the green and a bow right now.
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