Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Housewreath with a difference...

Today I'm featuring a wreath with a difference. My friend Joann of the "Holiday Year-Round Tree" and "Holiday Room" fame has shared her creativity with me again. So with her permission I am posting it here today, hoping it may inspire others to try this lovely, novel and stylish idea.
This could have been a Wordless Wednesday post as the pics are very self explanatory but I had to give credit to my friend.
Thanks again Joann : ) Well done!

As an added footnote I'd like to add that Joann took last year's wreath and just re-arranged the flowers and added the numbers. The numbers are foam and she got these at the Dollar Store. We might need to get ours from a hobby store which would be more expensive or try to cut your own from stencils downloaded from a stencil site on your pc. She coloured the numbers and stuck them onto the wreath with glue dots and toothpicks. Have fun trying to make your own : D


  1. It is a lovely wreath and Joann has done an excellent job. Nice post, sis!

  2. Doreen~
    Thank you so much for sharing my "Wreath" with everyone who enjoys visiting your Blog!

    Hugs~ Joann

  3. Very pretty wreath. People here only use wreaths in Christmas though. I have a fall one but every time I put it on my door I feel like people think I'm just slightly eccentric :)

  4. Thanks Sue, Joann and Loree for your kind and most welcome comments : )

    Loree, I have one all year round on my door (which I like to change according to the season) but we do live in an apartment so I don't know if it would still be there if I'd left it outside!
    Anyway I have seen a few with wreaths but actually you could count them on one hand, or less! However I wouldn't care what people would think if I decided to put one out heehee!

  5. Wow ... how futuristic ... the Year 2605 !!! Will the flowers last that long?

    I once put a wreath on my door. When I got home the wreath was still there, but the door had gone!

    God bless.

  6. This is absolutely beautiful Doreen..I think I'm going to give it a try :)

  7. This is a nice way to start a trend.

  8. Hi Victor, thanks for's nice to see you here on my Creative Space and at first was wondering what you were talking about...the Year 2605! Heehee, I wrote to my friend to warn her about you : )
    Thanks for the smiles as always!

    Hi Lee and Sue, I knew Joann's idea would soon catch on, isn't it impressive : )

    Blessings to all,


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