My spring wreath received a little "Happy Easter" embellishment this weekend:Since my front door is protected from the elements, I don't have to worry about waterproofing whatever I put on it. I, as usual, chose a quick solution for turning my wreath into holiday decor. I printed "Happy Easter" on a pink and cream toile patterned paper, then glued that onto a pink cardstock with allowance for a border:
A little hole punched at the top and strung with pale green string. I added some silver beads to the ends of the string, but that's about all the time I had for this year! :-)
It's an amazing wreath! I love the shades of pink in the flowers! Thanks for the great idea!
I'm always amazed by how clever you are! And I love what I can see if your door. I think it is just what I've been looking for to replace my door. laurie
What ever happened to the baby birds that had been on the wreath???
This wreath is BEAUTIFUL!
Laurie - thanks for the compliment on our door! I love it, too, although I can't take credit for it! Previous owners! :-)
Anonymous - Yes! Our baby birdies from last year -- They flew away one day and we missed the whole thing! The kids are expecting to see a new nest and all this year ... but I'd like to encourage mommy birdie to find a more out-of-the-way spot! :-)
The flowers pop they look so real even in a picture. Really lovely .As always so inspiring.Hugs to you !
Your wreath is gorgeous! What a wonderful greeting for your family and guests.
I love The King and Queen font, I use it for everything around here. Beautiful wreath! Can't wait to check out your collection at my Hallmark...I've been looking for an excuse to visit :o)
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